Mary is right about it being a Ti Kuan Yin. Sorta beat up looking leaf but this one was def. on the greener side. Perhaps a newer/fresher version?
Brewed it with just under boiling water for two minutes and it was better than I expected. The Pom. flavoring was strong when I opened the pouch, so thought it would be overpowering, but it was mostly aroma. Some nice floral notes came out of the oolong itself which was a welcome surprise.
All in all it was above expectations, and truly not bad but it left me craving a pure unadulterated Ti Kuan Yin.
Would like to hear about other flavored oolongs Chatters have tried. Thanks!
P.S. There's some Paris here as well.