Oolong tea: a tea of distinction, whose multifarious flavours, colours and aromas are sure to suit any palate. And, if you are looking to Buy Oolong Tea Online, you have come to the right place.
First produced in the Fujian province of China, some 400 years ago, oolong tea now comes primarily from Taiwan and southern China. Its long, dark leaves, redolent of dragons' tails, are what give oolong tea its Chinese name: ‘Wu Long', meaning ‘black dragon'.
Oolong tea is made using partially-oxidised leaves, which means its character varies according to the degree of fermentation. For example, light oolong teas like our Oolong Ti Dung, have a delicate, flowery taste, while a variety like Superior Fancy Oolong is much more like black tea.
Oolong Pouchong is a variety of Oolong grown at the plantation Wangjia. The tea is only slightly f..
Quantity: Description Leaf Grade / Harvest Time Taste / Ingredients Reviews A fl..
Ronnefeldt Dharmsala Oolong - a new addition to Ronnefeldts finest tea collection A gentle aromatic..
Refreshing blood orange and juicy pieces of orange harmoniously blended with aromatic green Oolong..
This wonderful Oolong is grown at around 1500m in the Mae Salong area in the north of Thailand. T..
The natural creamy, highly aromatic taste is created by the special production method of this rare..
Semi-fermented Oolong tea from Formosa with a slightly tart taste to begin with followed by its ch..
A very special tea from Taiwan, only mildly fermented with a surprisingly soft and fine nutty char..
A flavoured blend of black tea with a soft, semi-fermented Oolong blended with the fresh taste of ..
Main Features: Aromatic. A fruity, sparkling blend of orange peel and ginger meets an aromatic Oolo..
Only a few kilograms of this speciality Oolong are harvested every year, making this a rare find. ..
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