Introducing Oolong tea

Easy guide to

OOLONG

China is the cradle of oolong. The name itself has Chinese origins, translating to “Dragon Tea” (wulong cha) in Chinese.

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Origins

Most of the oolongs come from China and Taiwan. This region is a place of birth of oolong, with fascinating rich history, an abundance of expertise, and well established standards of production. Nowadays, one can also find new types of oolong coming from India and Nepal.

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Oolong styles vary in flavors, origins, and value. From lightly oxidized, floral, greener types to darker, full-bodied teas, there is a wide spectrum of oolongs on the market.

Here are some of the most popular types… Go to Types of Oolong»

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