Strongly fermented oolong tea : Mi Xiang Nu: Er Qing

Mi Xiang Nu: Er Qing

Zinmai village, Yunnan province
Mi Xiang Nu: Er Qing
Mi Xiang Nu: Er Qing

Mi Xiang Nu: Er Qing belongs to the most rarity sorts of Chinese tea. In the gardens located in virgin deep forests on the altitude 1400 meter above sea level in veils of clouds and misty haze grow gigantic tree shapes of tea plant, distinguished for its specific juicy, thick pulpy leaves. Tea plucked from hundred years old plants is highly valued in China and is often given as a present at diplomatic meetings. Its rich dense aroma reminds the smell of bee honey and fragrance of fresh fruits; light, hardly noticeable, like covering smooth taste leaves long sweetish aftertaste.