Red tea "Xiao Zhong Oolong" harvest in 2018 from the Wuyi tea region. Autumn shoots of the Oolong variety were used as raw materials. The bouquet of ready-made tea is warm and bright, spicy-and-fruity, with biscuit, citrus and honey notes. The aroma is deep and warm, fruity; cold aroma is sweet, fruity-floral. The taste is rich and juicy, a bit tart, sweetish, with fine fruit acidity and refreshing finish.
Yunnan red tea «Golden Buds» was made in the small farm in Lingcang County from the spring shoots of plantation tea. The bouquet of ready-made tea is vivid and warm, woody, with spicy, fruity and pastry notes. The fragrance is deep and warm, fruity-spicy. The taste is rich and full-bodied, a bit tart, sweetish, with citrus sourness, turns to lingering finish.
«Hei Chu Hao» is a green tea from Guangxi province. The bouquet of ready-made tea is vivid, herbaceous with notes of fresh berries and baked chestnuts. The fragrance is high, herbaceous with currant accent. The taste is strong, full-bodied, sweetish, juicy tart, with berry sourness, spicy nuances and lingering finish.
«Dali Green Tea» from North-west of Yunnan Province (Dali County). The ready-made tea has fresh, herbaceous bouquet with nutty and floral hints. The fragrance is fresh and tender, herbal-floral. The taste is full-bodied and soft, sweetish, with light lemon sourness and lingering finish.
"Tie Guan Yin Fresh Flavor" is medium-oxidized oolong from Xiping District (Anxi County, Fujian Province), the location of the oldest tea plantations. The official history of the local tea dates back to 1736 when it was included in the Imperial register list. The bouquet of brewed tea is bright and fresh, herbal-floral with notes of wood, spice and melon. The aroma is fresh and sweet, floral. The taste is mild and smooth, buttery, slightly sweet with delicate berry sourness and lingering aftertaste.
The famous Taiwanese oolong «Four seasons of spring» was made in Liaomi tea farm (Nantou County) in May 2018 from the first spring shoots of the cultivar Si Ji Chun. The bouquet of ready-made tea is bright and multifaceted, floral-herbaceous, with notes of lilac, melon and spice. The fragrance is high, affective, spicy-floral. The taste is full-bodied and rich, oily, sweetish, with light berry sourness – varies during the tea drinking, shimmering in many nuances.