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Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is an exciting variety of tea. It is neither 100% oxidized like black tea or 0% oxidized like green tea. It is somewhere in the middle. You can get oolong tea that is quite green (as little as 30% oxidized) or quite black (up to 80% oxidized).These teas are light and have a unique fruitiness to them and are therefore not drunk with milk. You can also experience a number of infusions making this tea quite low in price per cup.

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Formosa Oolong
Origin: Taiwan This blend comes from Taiwan where oolong tea originated. This particular oolong is 50% oxidized and then withered in the sun which results in a mild aroma and a large, wildly cu..
Milky Oolong
This is a beautiful creamy oolong not to be missed. The unique fruity crispness of oolong is combined with a vanilla coconut-like sweetness that makes this perfect for people that want to be introduce..
Orange Oolong Blossom
Grade: OP (Orange Pekoe) Ingredients: Luxury Black, Green, and Oolong Tea, Jasmine Petals, Natural Flavours The world’s most romantic tea? Possibly! In the west, the orange blossom is..
Yellow Gold Oolong
Origin: China, Fujian Province This tea is also known as Huang Jin Gui Wu Long and translates into Golden Osmanthus. It is names so for its distinct Osmanthus flower-like aroma that develops after ..
Flowers of Asia Oolong
Ingredients - Chinese half-oridized oolong, flavouring, pink rosebuds, Roman chamomile Exotic Mango notes meander through our new favourite oolong tea, which is rounded off with the fresh flavours ..
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