Upon first appearances, the medley of young silvery and tawny leaves may leave you with the impression of a blended tea. However, this medium oxidized oolong is as pure as it gets with its liquor of olive oil complexion. With purity, though, comes an uncompromising complexity. Spicy yet sweet, citrusy yet wheat-noted, sexy yet reserved–truly a tea of contrasting rhythms and multilingual acrobatics. And yet, you’ll always return to that familiar oolong conductor at the center of this orchestration. But be warned: inhaling the carnal aroma of these wet leaves alone is intoxication enough to seduce even the most ardent coffee addict away from their cup of Joe. We’d love to hear your tasting notes on this beautiful composition.