Made with a traditional method: Taking strong leaves which grew while fully exposed to the sunlight, then roasting them in a Kama cauldron. The infusion has a fresh taste, intertwined with sweet tones reminiscent of mint. Makes a great aftermeal drink. Can be prepared with either hot or cold water, as well as with ice.
Especially appreciated by Chinese tea connoisseurs. The leaves of this fragrant oolong are harvested during Summer. Due to its invigorating character it is best suited for a morning drink. In order to fully appreciate the beauty of delicate leaves, which begin to open during brewing, it is recommended to serve it in glass dishes.