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Jing Zhi Oolong

Jing Zhi Oolong

Dark oolong tea from Banqiao District in Taiwan. Tea leaves to this tea have been well oxidized and slightly rosted before they have been rolled and dried. Brewe tea has natural sweetness and a full-bodied aromatic taste with flowery nuances.

Tieguanyin Iron Goddess

Tieguanyin Iron Goddess

50% oxidized medium-dark oolong tea from Fujian Province in China that is one of the most famous teas in the world. This tea is picked in October. Brewed tea has a full-bodied and wonderfully aromatic taste.

Chinese Ginseng Oolong

Chinese Ginseng Oolong

Chisene light oolong tea classic. Contains high-quality whole tea leaves that have been encapsulated with powdered ginseng and licorice root. Tea leaves open during the third or fourth brewing and the freshness of the tea leaves is combined to the delicious taste of the couple first brewings. Several brewings from the same tea leaves is a must and each one of them has its unique taste.

Traditional Chinese Oolong

Traditional Chinese Oolong

Traditional medium-dark Chinese oolong tea (tea type between green and black tea). Brewed tea has a soft taste with natural sweetness and nuances of flowers.

Georgian Dark Oolong Tea, Renegade

Georgian Dark Oolong Tea, Renegade

Fresh unflavoured dark oolong tea from Renegade Tea Estate in Georgia that has been picked in May. Beloved delicacy! Top quality pure cultivation tea with the taste you expect from genuine Georgian tea. Tea has been toasted slightly and has a medium strong, full-bodied, naturally sweet and slightly malty taste.

Formosa Silver Tip Fancy Oolong

Formosa Silver Tip Fancy Oolong

Dark oolong tea classic from Taiwan that contains a lot of unoxidised silvery tippies of a tea plant. Brewed tea has an elegant, soft and naturally sweet taste with flowery nuances.

Vietnam Tung Ting Oolong

Vietnam Tung Ting Oolong

Unflavoured light oolong tea from City Bao Loc's tea gardens (Lam Dong province, Vietnam). Tea leaves used in this tea have been dried in the sun and then rolled and partly oxidized. Brewed tea has a soft, floral and naturally sweet taste. Several brewings from the same tea leaves is highly recommended.