Wrapped Gift Set Details
100g of your chosen loose leaf tea packed in a foil lined natural kraft bag inside a metal matt black Airseal caddy with neoprene seal for perfect freshness, measuring 14cm tall and 8.7cm diameter and holding approximately 150g of tea when full.
1 x very pretty and useful strainer in an arts and crafts style known as Empress net weight 31g and measuring 10.7 cm across complete with stainless steel drip bowl to catch all the drips
1x 18-10 quality polished stainless steel deep rounded tea spoon which is ideal for measuring the correct amount of loose leaf tea to make a perfect cuppa tea.
Weighing 29.3g and measuring 12.7 cm it fits perfectly into our Airseal tea caddy.
All gift wrapped in a sturdy re-usable kraft presentation box with ribbon, bow and tag (Christmas tag from 1 Nov to 22 Dec and plain red rest of year unless requested)
Quangzhou Milk Oolong
An unmistakable burst of wild orchid exquisitely balanced with milky cream notes, a superior tea that's an absolute must for Oolong fans. The tea is produced in relatively small quantities from March to December; in fact, only 80,000 kg are produced with about 60,000 kg heading for the export market.
Fujian Province China
One of the many legends explains that the first time this shift occurred was centuries ago when the moon fell in love with a comet passing through the night sky. The comet, as all comets do burnt out and vanished. The moon, in sorrow, caused a great wind to blow through the hills and valleys bringing about a quick drop in temperature.
The next morning, local tea pluckers went out to collect their fresh leaf. To their surprise, when the tea was processed it had developed an amazing milky character, which was attributed to the character of the old moon.
Milk Oolong, like all Oolongs, is considered semi-fermented, it is somewhere between a black and green tea. Over the years, production methods have remained unchanged for the most part although some aspects like withering temperatures have been automated and regulated. First, the leaf is plucked from gardens situated between 500 – 1200 meters and is produced between March and December.
Next, the plucked leaf is withered in air-conditioned rooms until it is has reached the desired level of fermentation. The fermented tea is rocked or sifted to sort the prime leaf required, and steamed over a hot fire. Finally, the tea is dried then re-sorted to ensure leaf quality and packed.
It's wonderful milky flavour is the result of a very rare sudden shift in temperature during harvest.
Ingredients: Oolong tea
Region: Fujian Province – WuYi Mountains
Caffeine Guide: Low
Growing Altitudes: 1500 – 4900 feet above sea level.
Antioxidant Content: High
Grade: Ti Kuan Yin Super
Infusion Colour: Tending greenish
Process: Semi-fermented, Traditional process, Small batch crafted and formed.
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This oolong tea is absolutely delicious....it has a caremal flavour and is sooooooo good with my toast in the mornings (and the rest of the day come to think of it lol) the delivery was so quick and the packaging is great.....Thank You teacakes of Yorkshire I will definitely be buying ftom you again
I haven't tried this variety before, and I was surprised to say just how "milky" it really is. It's a rather sweet, milky taste, towards evaporated milk or fudge more so than plain milk. At first I found it a little overwhelming, but on the second taste I like it so much that I'll have to get it again, along with the Queen's China, which is more like the "classic" oolong I'm used to.