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Oolong Tea

Fermentation: Semi-fermented.

Growing Regions: Fujian, Guangdong, Taiwan.

Best Seasons To Purchase:  Spring, Autumn.

 Most Popular Varieties:
  Iron Buddha (Tie Guan Yin, Buddha of Mercy.
  Da Hong Pao (Wuyi Cliff tea, Big Red Robe)
  Taiwan Oolong (High Mountain Oolong)

Oolong Tea is partial oxidized tea, so it stands somewhere between green and black tea. Oolong tea is the most difficult type tea to process and has the most diverse taste and aromas. semi-bead style - Iron Buddha and loosely twisted Oolong from Wu Yi Mountain - Wu Yi Rock Tea are two basical forms.

Oolong tea is prized for reducing cholesterol and for its weight loss function.

Process: Fresh tea leaf → Withering → Shaking → Oxidization → Kill Green → Forming → Drying → Frying → Oolong Tea

Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)

Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao) is produced in the Fujian Province of China and has been considered the king of the famous Wu Yi Rock tea in China.
This particular rock tea is grown in a soil rich of manganese, magnesium and potassium in the Wu Yi Mountain area in the northwestern border of Fujian Province.
The brew of the Da Hong Pao oolong tea has a bright red color. The sweet, pleasant floral fragrance remains in your mouth after taste and lingers for a good few minutes.


Type : Oolong Tea
Name : Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
Origin : Fujian Province, China
Harvest : 2012
Taste : Deep, nutty and floral aftertaste.


Iron Buddha (Tie Guan Yin)

Iron Buddha (Tie Guan Yin) is the pearl of Chinese Oolong teas. it is is one of the top ten most famous Chinese teas. It was created early in the Qing Dynasty in Anxi, Fujian Province. The soil in Anxi area is red and rich in iron and good moisture in all seasons. The tea tree with the same name gives birth to these amazing thick, mature and large dark green leaves.
Tie guan yin oolong tea combines the flowery fragrance of green teas and the Oolong tea benefits.


Type : Oolong Tea.
Name : Iron Buddha (Tie Guan Yin).
Origin : Fujian Province, China.
Harvest : 2012.
Taste : Smooth, delicate and slightly sweet flavor.

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