What is Guihua? It is Osmanthus fragrans and it’s also known as “city flower” of Hangzhou (Zhejiang Province), Suzhou (Jiangsu Province) and Guilin (Guangxi Province). Osmanthus blossoms in the mountain during late summer / autumn season.
The golden yellowish small and beautiful flower has a pleasant floral aroma and due to its aromatic fragrance, it is often used in chinese cuisine, especially in creating Guihua tea and many traditional chinese desserts.
Teasdotya is proudly to present our first floral tea – Guihua Longjing in this season. The combination of both Longjing and the sweet-scented Guihua can truly surprise you with the intensity of flavor and having an intoxicating experience.