“Small Leave – Fresh Flavor” is the name of the tea. It is produced in the Wuyishan natural reserve in the spring 2015. The light twisting, medium fermentation, low fire release the “green”, floral and spicy tones of the bouquet.
Dry tea leaves are medium, twisted and have dark fenny color. The aroma is warm with floral and spicy tones. The clear liquor has a golden nutty tint.
The bouquet of brewed tea is bright, floral, corny with honey tones. The aroma is deep, floral and spicy. The taste is rich, oily, round, sweetish and with a slight bitterness that turns into long lasting, refreshing sweet aftertaste.
Xiao Pian is brewed with 95°С water in the gaiwan or yixing teapot for fermented oolongs. Take 3-4 grams per 100 ml volume vessel. Make quick infusions (2-3 seconds) and increase the infusion time gradually. It can be brewed 8-9 times.
This is an excellent ceremonial oolong. It is bright, vivid, and friendly. If you love floral oolongs take a chance to taste Xiao Pian. You will be fascinated by its powerful and beautiful melody.