Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea

Due to its semi-oxidised nature Oolong (or wu long) ranges between black and green tea. Oolongs have their own, distinctive fruity-floral flavour and the same leaves usually yield 2-6 infusions.
Best Oolongs are produced in Southern China and in Taiwan.
One of the most rewarding teas to explore.

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