This oolong has the fragrance of warm milk. There seem to be
two types available - one naturally occuring; one scented.
I have heard that the flavor develops when there are very sudden and dramatic weather changes while the tea is growing.
I have had two very, very good milk oolongs - one Jian Xuan Milk Oolong from Red Blosson (online and in San Francisco) [url](online),http://www.redblossomtea.com/details.php?sec=formosa&item=360[/url] and Holy Mountainhttp://www.holymtn.com/tea/oolongtea.htm
[/url]. Both are excellent. I love this tea; but, also enjoy variety.
If you want to give this tea a try, make sure it is of good quality.
These two vendors are excellent.