The Alishan tea estates produce the newest type of Oolong. The tea produces a light honey golden color in the cup. The taste is smooth with a delicate floral scent. A suprisingly full bodied for such a delicate looking tea.
Oolong tea from Taiwan. This Oolong is 40% oxidized and tightly rolled into small pellets. Provides many infusions. The aroma is flowery and similar to Orchids.
A dark-leafed Taiwanese oolong. Toasty, nutty flavour.
Green Dragon (Ben Shan) originate from Anxi County, Fujian Province, China. Ben Shan is a greener oolong with low oxidization. The leaves are tightly rolled into small pellets. When infused, the leaves unfold into their original state and provide many infusions. This tea is a
smooth, golden infusion with grassy, toasty and light floral notes.
An elegant blend of Orange Ceylon, Jasmine green & Oolong teas. Light with sweet floral overtones.
Quangzhou Milk Oolong has
a smooth, creamy aroma reminiscent of sweet milk – and a fresh light liquor that is clean on the palate. True Milk Oolong gets its milky/sweet flavour from a severe temperature shift that happens just before the leaves are picked. It is an Oolong – which means that it is partially oxidized – this particular Oolong being very lightly oxidized. It's flavour is unlike anything you've had.
A lower oxidation, green oolong from Taiwan's Zhu Shan Bamboo Mountain.
The tightly rolled spring leaf contains a full, sweet crisp body with a floral fragrance of the classic Taiwan green oolong style. Lighter bodied with a long finish and multi-layered character.
This oolong is typically close to a green tea, with only a little fermentation. Ti Quan Yin is a spring green oolong made of tender plump leaves skillfully and tightly rolled into tight dark shiny smooth emerald green balls with a lasting orchid fragrance and a sweet fresh taste. Subsequently, it has a very flowery, delicate aroma without the green tea "grassiness" or astringency.