Bai Se Huo Shan Wulong also known as Ai Jiao Oolong, also known as Dwarf Oolong, is a high mountain wulong from a place called Baise, Guangxi Province, China. This place is famous for its variety of tea bushes called Camellia Sinensis cv. Aijiao-wulong comes from Jian'Ou Township, which is located south of the Wuyishan Mountains. This tea grows at an altitude of more than 2,000 m above sea level, on a real, sleeping volcano. The local volcanic soil is rich in minerals and microelements, which is reflected in the very beneficial properties of tea and its stunning taste and fragrance.
Dry tea leaves have a bright sweet aroma, with notes of roasted seeds, nuts, honey, and aromatic wood. After warming up, the aroma continues with herbal, wood, and mineral motifs. After rinsing, the aroma reveals itself in perfumery and bakery notes. There are flowers, fruits, vanilla, and cream. Very soft, delicate, and pleasant aroma.
The taste is soft, sweet, and fragrant, with floral, creamy, mineral notes. A rich infusion with notes of roasted seeds, nuts, seaweed, and fresh dough. Leaves a long, deep sweet aftertaste. Rich, multifaceted, and bright this tea will surprise even the most sophisticated connoisseurs of high-quality tea! The taste is very delicate, creamy, and velvety in texture. Tea develops throughout the entire tea-drinking process and pleases with new shades of aroma and taste.
The aroma cup has sweet vanilla, caramel, and creamy notes. The tea has a very pleasant, warm, and long aftertaste. This tea evokes associations with summer, and some herbal notes refer to the seaside. The tea soothes and relaxes, guaranteeing peace and harmony for a long time.