2013 Taiwanese Ali Shan Oolong material, expertly roasted 6 times with Longan wood, the fruit of this tree looks rather like a Lychee but is not the same. Aroma of deep biscuit and raisins. Flavour is deep and buttery with a buttery aftertaste. A very clean roast with no signs of sourness at all. Smooth enough, a bit on the thin side. The faintest bite of metallic astringency. No bitterness to speak of, you can push this tea out no problem and is perfectly suited to western style brewing if that’s your thing. Very infusable. A warming tea perfect for this seasonal weather.