I’m terrible at identifying flavor notes. This tea is very nice—it strikes me as having a fairly subtle oolong kind of taste—more flowery than fruity, I think. It stands up really well to multiple infusions.
Origin: Fujian, China
You’re here because of the name. That’s okay, it’s supposed to grab your attention. Named after a Chinese legend involving a scorned courtesan, Drunken Concubine is the highest grade oolong we regularly offer. Crafted by tea artisans in the mountains of Fujian Province, this oolong has a smooth character with a rich and delicate palate.
Notes: magnolia, peony, apricot, spring greens, cucumber, lemongrass
Company description not available.
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