“X” is for Jin Xuan – Milk Oolong Tea

Finding a tea with a name that started with each letter of the alphabet yielded some interesting results for this April Challenge; writing each day starting the next letter of the alphabet.  I know it’s a stretch but, Octavia Tea’s Organic Jin Xuan was the only tea I could find with an “x” in the name and how lucky for us a perfectly smooth brew…..but how unlucky for us; it’s out of stock right now.jin_xuan_milk_oolong_tin__06203

Grown in the mountains of Taiwan, Jin Xuan is a tea bush cultivar famous for producing teas with a desirable creamy texture and smooth, sweet flavor.  At the 2014 World Tea Expo, Jin Xuan Milk Oolong was a finalist for “Best New Product”.  The first time I tried it I was hooked.  This tea is truly unforgettable.

When it becomes available again, you should try this organic tea from Shan Ling Xi, Nantou, Taiwan.  Jin Xuan or Milk Oolong is a wonderfully smooth tea with a deliciously alluring taste of sweet cream and freesia followed by a long-lasting tropical fruit finish which makes this tea truly unforgettable. Best of all, Oolong tea is prized for its antioxidant content and metabolism-boosting properties.

If you’d like more information about Octavia Tea Company or if you’d like to experience this unusual tea for yourself, watch the Octavia Tea Company’s website HERE.  You can also find their teas at specialty and gourmet shops.

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This post is part of an A-2-Z Writing Challenge for the month of April where you write everyday except Sundays with the next letter of the alphabet.

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