The tea is light in taste with an orchid-like aroma. The tea originates from China’s Anxi County in the Fujian province.
Oolong No.12 (Jin Xuan) 200g
Originated in Taiwan in 1980. It has a light, flowery taste and is reminiscent of milk.
Four Seasons Oolong (200g)
Appropriately named, this oolong tea is harvested four times during the course of a year, i.e. winter, spring, summer, and fall. It is a light roast with underlying earthy flavors.
Osmanthus Oolong (200g)
Appropriately scented with osmanthus flowers, whole flowers are added after the tea has undergone the scenting process. It is a roasted tea boasting both warming and notes.
Oriental Beauty (Dongfang Meiren) 200g
Also referred to as White Tip Oolong, Braggart’s tea, and Bai Hao Oolong, Oriental Beauty is a tippy tea (with white or golden-tipped leaves) that is sweet, is bright red in color, and is encapsulated with natural, fruity aromas.
Dong Ding Oolong (200g)
Meaning Ice Peak or Frozen summer, Dong Ding is a tea that is tightly rolled and boasts a light yet distinct fragrance. Dong Ding is the name of a mountain which is to be found in Central Taiwan’s Nantou County.
GABA Oolong (Oolong No.18) 200g
contains a high Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) count. It has a calming effect on a person’s nervous system. Oxygen is replaced with nitrogen during the oxidation phase. The glutamic acid in the tea is converted into Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid during this process.
Red Oolong (200g)
Heavily roasted and with a much higher oxidation degree, Red Oolong has a thick flavor and taste.