Rou Gui

Rou Gui tea leaves are dark and twisted, often resembling the bark of a cinnamon tree. The leaves can vary in color from dark brown to black.

It emits a captivating and spicy aroma with prominent notes of cinnamon, cloves, and other warm spices. There are often hints of fruity sweetness.

Rou Gui offers a bold and spicy flavor profile. It is known for its prominent cinnamon-like taste with layers of cloves and other spices. There may also be a subtle fruitiness and a mild sweetness in the tea's flavor.

Color of Liquor:
The liquor typically brews into a reddish-brown or dark amber color.

Rou Gui, which translates to "Cinnamon" in Chinese, is a cherished oolong tea known for its spicy and aromatic character. It is grown primarily in the Wuyi Mountains of China's Fujian province. The leaves are typically roasted over charcoal, which contributes to its distinctive flavor. Rou Gui is highly regarded for its complexity and bold taste, making it a favorite among oolong tea connoisseurs who appreciate the warmth and richness of this tea.

Type: Oolong

Origin: China

Flavor: Rou Gui, Oolong Tea

Ingredients: Oolong Tea