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Oolong teas fall between un-oxidised green teas and fully
oxidised black teas. Produced from larger more mature leaves,
during processing the leaves are shaken and then left several
times to “bruise” the edges of the leaves. This causes the edges
of the leaves to take on a brown or red color, while the middle of
the leaves stays green. The final amount of oxidation depends on
the desired type of Oolong tea and the skill of the tea maker, and
can result in an Oolong teas that are lightly fermented like, pale
delicate tasting green teas, to forms that are almost like fully
fermented, dark bold flavoured black teas.
Oolong Tea Filter Option
This Organic Tie Guan Yin tea is the entry level of organic Oolong series, its natural taste combines with a pleasant sweet aftertaste lingering and affordable price makes this a great everyday oolong tea.