It was my 2nd test from the Tea house Tea Ave. and second success.
It is a beautiful oriental beauty picked between 400 and 800 meters. The oxidation level is at 6 on a scale of 10 .
A fragrant honey smell typical of these "bitten"Oolongs is emerging from the dry leaf.
I steeped this bai hao 3 minutes at 100 ° C for the first test. The leaves impeccably unfolds .
The beautiful liquor smells delicious fruits and honey.
The taste is from a typical oriental beauty , the body is quite light and fruity very pronounced . Honey is there but in the background and leaves the leading role to dried fruit, stone fruit. The “sweet” aspect is present in a good quantity ,but very balanced.
This is not the best OB I tasted so far but it is definitely very good and it made me starting the day nicely.
Pics are visible here : https://thevangeliste.wordpress.com/2015/02/15/oriental-beauty-tea-ave/