This is variety created by crossbreeding Qingxin Oolong and Jinxuan Oolong, also known as Taiwan Tea No. 20.
Its taste is heavier than Qingxin Oolong, which is known for its freshness and delicacy. Meanwhile, Jinxuan Oolong is notably aromatic, with a strong floral finish.
The tea infusion is clear, honey-yellow, with a natural, sweet, fruity fragrance, particularly featuring a unique orchid aroma. It has a smooth and gentle mouthfeel.
The tea infusion exhibits a bright honey-yellow color and offers a sweet and mellow taste with excellent aftertaste. It withstands steeping exceptionally well, making it an excellent choice for tea enthusiasts who prefer stronger flavors.