This gorgeous tea is a honey aroma style (or mixiang) red oolong from 1200 m elevation. Made from hand-picked Qing Xin plants, the honey character is rich and wild, with a round fruitiness and a lightly syrupy texture.
The mixiang quality for high grown teas is rare - and a gentle reminder to take your time with this tea. The 'red' in 'red oolong' means that this tea is quite a bit more oxidized and developed than a traditional high mountain oolong. It's leaning more towards the realm of Oriental Beauty in terms of its oxidation level. This lends it that rich fruitiness and more developed color.