|This fragrant specialty from the province of Gangxi in the south of China is a classic. The traditional production history which has hardly undergone any changes is based on a small-leaf green tea which is ad-mixed with still damp osmanthus blossoms (osmanthus is an Asian flower with distinguished taste and a floral scent reminiscent of sweet peaches). Unlike jasmine tea, it is not sieved in order to remove the blossoms, so that the many remaining blossoms take on the color of honey during the drying process. Accordingly, the infusion has a mild and fruity bouquet. The honey-yellow cup attracts temptingly with a mellow, slightly fruity taste and a spicy note of honey.