Rose, iris, red-berry and camphor aromas lift out of the glass. Full bodied and polished, the palate is already accessible, offering succulent black cherry, raspberry compote, licorice and baking spice alongside velvety tannins that give it a smooth, enveloping mouthfeel.
The annual Mid-Autumn Festival also known as the Moon Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. “May we live long and share the beauty of the moon together, even if we are hundreds of miles apart.” -Su Shi (Song Dynasty Poem)
The Goddess Chang’E sips her immortal tea elixir and floats up to the moon. We celebrate her beauty and vibrant health during the Moon Festival. However, beauty and health are long-lasting when we enjoy delicious Chinese teas.