Osmanthus Fragrans Song Luo is picked from Huang Mountain. The dry tea is tightly rolled and round, the tea is bright orange, and the color is transparent. Osmanthus Fragrans Song Luo adopts the traditional scented process. First, the tea leaves are fully dried to enhance their ability to absorb the fragrance of flowers. After that, the flowers are mixed with the tea leaves, and the tea leaves slowly absorb the fragrance of flowers in a standing state, and then dried to become a scented tea. The fresh leaves and flowers collide and fuse with each other, the sweetness is doubled, and the tea taste is not reduced.
The superior osmanthus fragrans is picked from Guilin, Guangxi. The tea is clear and translucent, with a smooth taste and rich honey fragrance.
Osmanthus Fragrans tea is known for its sweet, floral aroma and its reddish-orange color. The leaves of the Osmanthus fragrans plant are typically long and narrow, with a glossy green color and a serrated edge. When brewed, the tea has a light and delicate flavor with hints of apricot and peach. It is often used in traditional Chinese medicine for its potential health benefits, including its ability to improve digestion and boost the immune system.