It is a light high-mountain Gao Shan oolong harvested by hand in organic tea gardens in northern Fujian. Its name Qing Xin comes from the tea cultivar it was made from.
It is a medium oxidized oolong. It has large dark curled leaves and a nice caramel smell. After brewing, it gives a light, golden yellow infusion and a floral aroma combined with a delicate hint of fruits and the sweetness of roasting.
3g / 150ml
90 degrees C.