Ah, the mysterious oolong - a relative newcomer to the consciousness of the UK tea drinker, but a most welcome new acquaintance. Oolong teas lie somewhere between green tea and black tea, being partially fermented and roasted. They undergo a more intricate production process, and are often rolled into 'pearls' as a way of sealing in the flavour. Oolongs are usually rebrewable two or three times with the same leaves - enjoy the changing flavour as you do so.
Vietnam Imperial Oolong
We have found one of Vietnam's gems. Produced high in the hills of central Vietnam, this light and buttery oolong is rolled into pearls, and unfurls as it brews, yielding...
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