Oolong is a tea that falls artfully between a black and a green tea. It only undergoes a small amount of fermentation during processing. Extremely rich in polyphenols, research suggests that oolong tea can enhance the body's ability to metabolise fat by activating the enzymes that are responsible for dissolving triglycerides.
But most importantly oolong is utterly delicious.
Once you’ve tried a cup there is no going back.
Rich, complex Formosa oolong.
Darkly roasted oolong from the Eastern Rift Mountains of Taiwan.
Nutty, biscuity, smooth and buttery.
Perhaps the finest oolong in China.
An extremely rare and special tea grown on a UNESCO World Heritage site in Wuyishan.
Rich, toasty, deep and extremely complex.
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Tie Guan Yin Chinese oolong - The Iron Goddess of Mercy.
Lying artfully between green and black tea oolong is crafted to an exact point at which the leaves reveal their hidden subtleties. Also known as Tie Guan Yin, this oolong has rich floral aromas leading to a perfectly balanced mineral finish.