One of our favourites, and especially popular with those coming to oolong teas for the first time.
The deep, dark undertones of the Chinese dark oolong are there, but enhanced and built upon by the addition of orange blossoms and orange oils offering scintillating top-notes to the flavour, and drawing you into the cup, an enticement to rebrew the leaves once more.
A delightfully well balanced version of the "Tie Guan Yin" Oolong. These teas can sometimes be unpleasantly earthy and taste somewhat metallic; but this exemplar has an aromatic and floral top note...
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...