The Tao of Tea Osmanthus Oolong, 8 Ounce Bag by The Tao of Tea at Jakis Cafe. MPN: SPPPOA038260. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Gui Hua (pronounced ''gway hwah'') is the Chinese name for the fragrant osmanthus flower, which blossoms in the Phoenix Mountain area during tea season
Product Description & Reviews
Gui Hua (pronounced "gway hwah") is the Chinese name for the fragrant osmanthus flower, which blossoms in the Phoenix Mountain area during tea season and is used in scenting this oolong. In the final stages of processing, the leaves are baked with fresh osmanthus blossoms “heat-infusing” the tea with the flower’s fragrant essential oils.
Features & Highlights
- The leaves are baked with fresh osmanthus blossoms "heat-infusing" the tea with the flower's fragrant essential oils
- Light, bright, sweet flavor and a fruity, floral aroma
- With hints of apples and apricots
The Tao of Tea
7.4 x 2.7 x 7.6 inches
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