Oolong means semi fermented. After rolling, the tea is allowed to ferment only until the edges of the leaves start to turn brown.
The tea is then fired which arrests the fermenting process and develops the amazing character associated with Oolong.
In Taiwan, producing oolong tea involves highly specialized skills in the control of the withering, oxidation and firing.
From the nursing of a seedling, to planting, to nourishing the bushes, to properly selecting the best time to pluck the leaves, a slight variance
Husbandry of the tea farmer is a legacy passed down from many generations. It is felt that only the application of years of dedicated study and practice, combined
During the 2nd World War the production of tea was greatly expanded while the island was occupied. This production was exported to Japan to
Fit for true connoisseurs, highly prized it is ranked as one of the best teas in the world. Made by extremely skillful processing from oolong leaves,
A tea you have to savour, to fully appreciate its complex fragrant sweetness and Malty taste with hints of spice. A spectacular rounded flavour a must try for all oolong fans.
Ingredients: Oolong tea
Region: Taoyuan County
Caffeine Guide: Low
Growing Altitudes: 1000 – 3000 feet above sea level
Antioxidant Content: High
Grade: Choice Fine #1
Taste: Smooth and slightly sweet; toasty with a touch of dryness
Process: Semi fermented, Traditional process, Small batch crafted.
Infusion Colour: Tending black
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