This select speciality is only produced in the mountainous region Nantou in Taiwan and is valued highly by tea connoisseurs around the world. It is only briefly pre-fermented and firmly rolled by hand as opposed to other Oolongs. The relatively short fermentation time ensures the rather light and fresh character, in contrast to the rather heavy, green Oolongs which have a tangier depth and spicy body. The leaf structure shines in olive and jade shades. The cup is a light amber colour. The first infusion is very vivid and reminds of the scent of peach blossoms.