This tea grows in a constant fog which diffuses the sunlight and intensifies its essential oils, imparting an aromatic complexity without parallel.
Leaves : greenish-yellow, wide and rolled into pearls
Nose : fresh, planty notes, like eucalyptus
Liquor : yellow-green, bright and opalescent; slightly oxidised, the liquor’s texture is delicate and silky, almost creamy. An airy, floral aroma hovers over the cup – the scent of gardenia, lilac, and orchid abound – accented by a pure note of pine sap. A lingering finale evolves from a subtle astringency into floral, buttery tones evoking the thick forest of maple and bamboo from which it came.
A highborn tea from the peak of a magic mountain.