One of China's most prized possessions, this is a semi-oxidized tea! Known for its very smooth, slightly nutty, perfectly balanced and delicate floral taste. A lighter and more delicate in colour and flavour than other Oolongs.
Golden, hay yellow liquor with delicate floral tones.
Boosting metabolism and aiding to digestion, this is another tea that is high in antioxidants. Oolong is a must for those who want to improve their skin condition.
Less caffeine than green tea but more than black tea, oolong can be enjoyed at any time of the day. In China, oolong is essential for heat-related illnesses.
- Place 1 1/2 Teaspoon of tea in Teapot.
- Boil Water to 95℃.
- Brew tea up to 1 1/2 minute (remove tea after brew time).
- Repeat the brewing up to 6 times.