You might think this popular Oolong tea was steeped in butter! The wonderful flavor and aroma begins as the result of a rarely occurring sudden shift in temperature during harvest and is developed further by extra oxidization during processing. The Jin Xuan cultivar was developed in the 1980s in Taiwan. When picked and processed in late summer or fall, it can yield a tea that is both slightly savory and sweet. It is a favorite of many tea drinkers in Asia. Enjoy Milk Oolong for its full-bodied, creamy flavor, balanced with the naturally sweet nuances that come with the tea. It's a delightful flavor that's sure to please any tea enthusiast.