oriental Beauty oolong also named as Bai Hao
The origin of this name dates back to the
early 20th century when a British tea merchant
presented a sample of this tea to Queen
Elizabeth II. The Queen was captivated by the
special aroma and taste of Bai Hao. Because of
the tea’s lovely appearance, like a beautiful
lady, and its origin in Asia, the Queen named
it "Oriental Beauty".
The rate of fermentation that type of tea is
slightly higher compared to other oolong.
Actually , it is very close to Red tea. The
tea gives you a taste rich and strong
honeyed note liquor which is a reminiscence of Keemun tea.