oolong tea

Milk Oolong aka Jin Xuan, Golden Lily, Nai Xiang Milk Oolong is a delightful Taiwanese tea sourced from the Jin Xuan cultivar. Its lightly roasted, ...

What is High Mountain Alishan Oolong? High Mountain Oolong is a premium variety of Formosa oolong, native to Ali Shan mountain region in Taiwan. Cultivated ...

Indian Oolong is a relatively new type of tea. Tea evolves. Nowadays, tea producers get inspiration from the world, embrace new ideas and new techniques. As ...

What is Oriental Beauty Oolong? Oriental Beauty also known as White Tip Oolong is a unique variety of Formosa (Taiwanese) semi-oxidized tea, with an ...

What is Pouchong tea? Pouchong (Bao Zhong) tea is a very lightly fermented variety of Formosa (Taiwanese) oolong. Native to the Wen Shan region of northern ...

What is Formosa Oolong? Formosa oolongs are a signature range of Taiwanese teas – with a Portuguese name. This is hardly an anomaly, though. ‘Formosa’, ...

Da Hong Pao aka Big Red Robe Oolong is one of the most famous and expensive teas on the market.  This spring-harvested Wuyi Mountain oolong is popularly ...

What is Ti Kuan Yin oolong tea? Ti Kuan Yin oolong (Iron Goddess of Mercy) is a well-loved and very popular Chinese tea with its origins in Anxi. Anxi is a ...

What is Phoenix Dan Cong oolong tea? Phoenix Dan Cong oolong is a rare variety of tea, with an interesting anecdote to its name. Dan Cong literally ...

Meet the Oolong family Chinese Oolong (wulong) is a favorite among discerning tea drinkers. It has its own distinct flavor, despite being made of the leaves ...

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