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Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is one of the traditional teas of China which has a unique way of production. It is preliminarily withered under the sun for an ample period of time and then is sent for oxidization. Half-fermented, processed by both green tea and black tea techniques, Oolong (Wu Long) tea boasts green tea's fragrance and black tea's taste. Carefully picked and processed, Oolong teas of China (called Qing Cha literally Blue Tea in China) tea-making process represents a standard widely used in making other teas.

Modern tea studies commonly classify Oolong tea into Fujian Oolong (North Fujian Oolong and South Fujian Oolong), Guangdong Oolong and Taiwan Oolong, according to their place of origin. More than 300 years' development has led to several kinds of Oolong teas, China, and the unique flavor and taste attract more and more Oolong fans. Tea connoisseurs have found Oolong tea very tasty and like to regularly consume it. Oolong teas are very much similar to Chai teas which makes it a profound reason for the flavor-burst aspect of the tea.

Unlike other tea varieties, Oolong teas, China retain their optimum characteristics like the muscatel scent and unique flavor and are very famous due to their natural sweet taste and smooth finish. Its refreshing aroma swings the mood and always provides with an intense floral aroma which remarkably sets a unique peachy flavor. The most advantageous factor of Oolong tea of China is its oxidation period which is half of the time for black tea.

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  1. One of the 4 Famous Bushes of Wu Yi Oolong-Bai Ji Guan(White Cockscomb)-#1

    Starting at $27.50
    Bai Ji Guan tea bush is one of the 4 famous Wu Yi's tea bushes. Among all the Wu Yi teas, Bai Ji Guan is the rarest. Learn More
  2. One of the 4 Famous Bushes of Wu Yi Oolong-Shui Jin Gui(Golden Turtle)-#1

    Starting at $10.95
    One of Wuyi top 4 tea, Shui Jin Gui, which means "Golden Turtle" is strong and rich tea with a very slight hint of fruity aroma. This Wu Yi oolong is named for the hunched-over shape of the tree it comes from. Learn More
  3. Wild Da Hong Pao(High-mountain Wild Tea Bush Big Red Robe)-#1

    Starting at $12.00
    This tea plucked from an uncultivated tea garden reclaimed by former tea farmers. Special natural floral made it so popular on market. Learn More

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  4. Aged Tie Guan Yin(Iron Goddess of Mercy)-Nonpareil

    Starting at $22.00
    This precious Tie Guan Yin aged since 2000~2002. 10 years vintage made it special and elegant. Limited and rare on the market. Learn More

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