- Supreme Dong- Ding Oolong Tea: fragrant flower and woody foretaste with a marvellous floral aftertaste tastes
- High Mountain Oolong Tea: fragrant flower foretaste sometimes slightly astringent with a marvellous floral aftertaste
- High-Mountain Green Tea: Jasmine, rose and geranium
- Wen Shan Baozhong Tea: Balanced, floral and buttery vegetal notes. Clean, fragrant aftertaste
Oolong Tea Classic
Get Four Classic Oolong Teas at Once!
And Explore The Finest And Authentic Asian Tea with Art of Tea and Vessels
Our current selection for this box contains the following:
- 10g Supreme Dong- Ding Oolong Tea: fragrant flower and woody foretaste with a marvellous floral aftertaste tastes
- 10g High Mountain Oolong Tea: fragrant flower foretaste sometimes slightly astringent with a marvellous floral aftertaste
- 10g Four Seasons Oolong Tea: Savoury, flowery flavours. Pleasant sweet/spicy lingering perfume aftertaste
- 10g Jin Xuan Milky Oolong Tea: Buttery, milky, delicate vegetal character. Soothing, clean aftertaste
Total weight: 40g
- Brewing Guide:
Tea to water ratio: 1g tea:80 or 100ml water; use filtered water and ceramic teaware to enhance the flavour.
Water temperature: 95°C
Brewing time: 5-8 minutes. 1-3 re-steeping
Availability: 2 in stock
OOLONG TEA BUYING GUIDE
Choose Your Tea Based on Your Preference
There are two key factors that decide the tastes and aroma of the teas.
- Roasting Process-Tea leaves contain natural sucrose sugar and the roasting process extracts the sweetness aroma and taste from the tea. Among all types of teas, only Oolong Tea goes through roasting process and Taiwan is the best in Oolong Tea.
- Oxidisation Process: this process also decides the tea beverage colours, aroma, and flavours.
Oolong Tea Brewing Guide
Tea to water ratio: 1g tea: 100 ml water
– 90-95°C for bold pellets tea
– 80-90°C for long curly-leaf buds teas
– 8 mins for bold pellets tea
– 5 mins for long curly-leaf buds teas
What is Oolong Tea?
Oolong Tea is a traditional semi-oxidised Chinese tea category. It produces through a process including withering the plant under strong oxidation. Among all the origins, Taiwanese Oolong Tea is famous for the premium high mountain Oolong Tea. But, are you wondering why Taiwan produces higher grade teas?
Firstly, it’s about weather and geographic conditions. Taiwan’s climate is very variable during four seasons. Besides, it has many high, steep mountains with diverse weather conditions. Moreover, the altitude and soil are different too. These factors cause differences in tea leave appearance, aroma, and it gives the tea multiple flavours.
Carefully hand-selected using only the most delicate leaves, this tea offers a deliciously golden-yellow liquor with the most wonderful jasmine-sweet flavour. What’s more, it provides the most refreshing and satisfying infusion, which suits any time of the day.
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