It is an exceptional choice for white tea drinkers as it offers remarkable flavor nuances and floral fragrances which set it apart from other white teas. The youngest tea bud is harvested from the Fujian area of China, the home of worlds finest white teas. Its dry leaves smell full, woodsy and toasty, resembling the plant from which they were harvested. This famous tea symbolizes Chinese riches and honor. A single sip of its sweet and fruity flavor would remind you of black tea flavor while its lingering cocoa and walnut shells aftertaste lets you enjoy its natural sweetness. It pairs sumptuously with honey cakes, Greek pastries, and plain yogurt topped with cashew and almonds.