Huangshan, Anhui, China
Its aroma has drawn the intrigue of TCM users and practitioners world over. Traditionally believed by some to be beneficial to major organs such as lung, kidney and spleen, this flower is regarded not only for its possible effects on wellbeing but for its pleasant fragrance.
The brew also offer a pleasurable experience, think warmed rice pudding, sago, jasmine tea. Forever linked with tie guan yin through its akin fragrance.
Taste: jasmine, lychee, frangipani
Alternate brew methods
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