Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is semi-oxidized tea, which is best described as being in between black tea (fully oxidized) and green tea (not oxidized). Oolong teas are full-bodied with a fragrant and fruity aroma. Often called weight loss teas because they help burn fat built up in the body. They are often served in Chinese restaurants.

Health Benefits of Oolong Tea:
– Good for metabolism and digestion
– May help lower your cholesterol levels
– Also known as ‘Wu-Long’ teas
– Excellent for skin and complexion
– Contains 10-15% of the caffeine in a cup of coffee.

Morning dew oolong

Some connoisseurs claim that this is the ultimate masterpiece in the art of Chinese tea. It’s grown in the Taiwanese mountains, where cool morning dew is quickly dispelled by hot sun, creating a leaf that’s richly flavourful. To release the precious oils, it’s rolled and partially dried over and over again in a meticulous, handmade process requiring a tea master. So delicate, so pungent, so alluring.

Tasty fruity oolong

Many say that oolong tea is divine and we agree. Somewhere between green tea and black tea, you never know quite what you’re going to get until you taste. This oolong will make you say Oooh la la with its toasty body and undercurrents of tropical fruit, including mango and passionfruit.

Orange oolong

If you like mandarin oranges, you’ll love this bright blend of fine oolong, mandarin essence and jasmine blossoms. Ultra refreshing and exotic, with sweet notes of jade oolong, citrus and hints of fragrant jasmine.

Exotic tropica oolong

This tea is a perfect blend of two exotic treats. Premium, lightly oxidized Oolong provides a luxurious base for the creamy, silky sweetness of tropical coconut. A smooth infusion with an aroma of orchids and fresh baked goods. Highly recommended!

Caramel cream

This oolong tea is a special treat with a dreamy caramel aroma. Premium Formosa oolong tea is blended with caramel pieces and marigold blossoms for an infusion with a smooth body and creamy notes of caramel.