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Oolong teas are categorized as “partially oxidized” – these special and labor intensive teas vary in flavor and intensity based on where the tea is grown and how the leaves are processed. Oolong teas tend to fall flavor wise in between black and green teas.
This semi oxidized oolong tea has a smoky and rich body. Oolong Quilan has little to no astringency so it is a perfect option for those who do not like green tea but want the plentiful health benefits it provides. This smooth and flavorful tea produces a brown liquor and is delicious served with a meal or as a standalone beverage.Steep at 170-185 degrees for 4 minutes.
This complex, slightly oxidized organic oolong is a total knockout with fragrant, natural orange blossom flavoring and organic orange peels.Steep at 170-185 degrees for 4 minutes.
A fragrant and floral blend of organic oolong, organic lemon grass, organic rose buds and organic rose petals with natural rose, lemon and ginger flavoring.Steep at 170-185 degrees for 4 minutes.
This organic Oolong is harvested from the Fujian region of China and is known for its bright and floral flavor and clean finish. These particular Oolong leaves can be steeped several times.Steep at 170-185 degrees for 4 minutes.