Huang Shan Bao Zhong Oolong Organic
This Bao Zhong is somewhat a more oxidized giving the tea a slight more roasted, nuttier tone whilst still exhibiting its rather heavenly floral notes.
Tie Guan Yin Oolong Organic
Lightly oxidized, retaining many of the delicate floral aspects that are a closer to a light green tea without the grassiness or astringency.
Tie Guan Yin Oolong
Pronounced floral profile and refreshing flavours of fresh green vegetables with a buttery note and a little sweetness reminiscent of red peppers.
Da Hong Pao Oolong
This is a full-bodied tea, with hints of smokiness, a sweet aftertaste and a floral tone that lingers.
This chinese tea has a creamy, almost butter-like taste.
Se Chung Oolong
The light roasting creates a bread-like aroma, giving the tea a comfortable balance.
Darjeeling Singbulli Oolong
Large, open oolong leaves in wooden shades and long silvery buds.
Hwangcha Plus “oolong”
Dongfang Meiren “Oriental Beauty”
The tea has a floral aroma it’s liquor is amber brown and gives the taste of ripe fruits and honey.
Jin Xuan “Milky Oolong”
The taste is light and flowery with hints of creamy notes.
Dung Ti Roasted Oolong
Dung Ti Roasted Oolong is low-oxidized but high roasted which helps preserve twice as much vitamins and minerals in the tea leaves.
Four Seasons Oolong
The tea leaves are withered longer, fermented longer and roasted at very low temperatures, so the scent fades into the background and the taste becomes much more expressive.
Dung Ti Oolong
This is is one of the mildest and softest oolong teas, due to its greenness and sparse oxidation.
Fairly sweet with a spicy undertone.
This tea generates an intense aroma and a delicious tone of honey in its taste.