Irreplaceable scent of honey as bitten by insect from a natural framing tea garden
Oriental Beauty is in very scarce supply, because the production relies on a wonderful trick from nature. In the summer, a green leafhopper insect (Jacobiasca formosana) is responsible for the production of volatile aromatic compounds in the tea leaves. To make the highest quality tea, producers select only the leaves attacked by the leafhoppers, which increases the natural honey fragrance of the tea.
Summer time is the best choice for Oriental Beauty; however, because the lush, fruity flavors depend on the leafhopper's visit to the gardens, this tea is exceptionally difficult to harvest in consistent volume year by year.
While brewing, the nose treats your senses to the scent of pressed rose petals and orange peel. Tasting notes are multi-layered, beginning with a sweet combination of spiced dates and apricot. The fruitiness segues into a honeyed after-taste that lingers for up to a minute. Flavors are more intense for the first three steeps, with steeps from three to six becoming mellower and sweet, lower in the mouth. Admire the exceptional clarity and beautiful amber hue of the liquid before sipping!
Stories behind the name, Oriental Beauty.
According to one of the stories, hundred years ago, a tea merchant dedicated this tea to Queen Victoria. She highly praised this tea for its vivid golden red colored liquor and the mellow, sweet flavor. Only knowing that the tea was from the far East, she began calling this tea “Oriental Beauty”, which has been its common name ever since.
Product: Oriental beauty tea
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