teachat wrote:My husband just returned from a trip to China where he purchased a lovely oolong tea. Unfortunately, he didn't get the name of this particular tea and I was wondering if anyone could help identify it. It comes in a bud-like form, and when you add water, the bud opens up and a long white piece comes out of the middle. It smells like an exotic flower and tastes just like it smells. The buds are about an inch in diameter and grow in the mountains of Taiwan--supposedly very rare. Can anyone tell me what I've been drinking?