The scent of the Osmanthus flower is the smell of autumn in China. It is nostalgic and easily brings back childhood memories. The aroma of Osmanthus mostly lies in the petals and it will remain after the flower has been dried.
The combination of Osmanthus with Oolong smells like a dream and results from a production process that shows considerable sophistication. Instead of simply putting dried flowers into the Oolong at the end, the fragrance of the flowers is scented onto the leaves already at the earliest stage. The elaborate process facilitates full absorption of the floral scent, thus releasing its essence most effectively.