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Pure Ceylon Oolong tea
Loose leaf · From Ruhuna (a.k.a. Southern or Matara) region
This low grown blend offers a fragrant, gentle experience. Harvested from a single estate in the Galle District in Sri Lanka, our green Oolong tea is certified ‘ozone-friendly’. Like all of our favourite teas, our Ceylon Oolong blend is packed with antioxidants, making it good for both the environment and you. The manufacturing process of this tea demands precision and care in every step, as it is semi-fermented. It is fresh and mild in flavour and orange in appearance. It is distinctive for its aroma, leaf, and liquor.
AromaHerbaceous and sweet
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Ceylon Oolong Tea
I purchased the Ceylon Oolong for its health benefits, but I found that I love the taste and mild energy of the tea. I can drink this after dinner, freshen up my mind to read, and still easily fall asleep at night. This is a wonderful tea,
An okay oolong -- tastes like a green tea!
Thanks again for the samples, teakruthi! The leaves here don't look like a traditionally rolled, pebble type of oolong. There are some longer pieces. The description is confusing, as it mentions being green, not an oolong, and I think some might end up being disappointed if they're looking for a typical oolong flavor, as this definitely tastes like green tea to me. It tastes very similar to the Mythical Green tea, with that smoky, mildly spicy profile. But now that I'm actually realizing that this is a green tea, before the second steep, I was treating it like an oolong and brewed it with close-to-boiling water, rather than waiting a while to prevent bitterness. So now I'm very surprised this didn't become bitter at all, since it tastes green and I brewed it like an oolong. It tasted like a normally cooled-then-brewed green tea. So what makes it an oolong over a green tea? I'm not sure. But this isn't the flavor I'm really looking for in an oolong either way. I'd choose the Mythical Green over this one. However, the descriptions say both teas aren't even grown in the same area, so I could be very wrong about the similarities and I could not be steeping either tea correctly. So it's always worth brewing them yourself and giving them a try! Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug // 28 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep Steep #2 // 3-4 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Perfect and arrived well in time
Amazing loose tea!
I have had several cups so far, twice a day! best tea yet! I enjoyed the tea.
Ceylon oolong tea
My husband loves it! However , I found it on the bitter side. We are drinking it for our health!
1 tsp (3.5g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Hot at 90-95 C (194-203 F)
4 to 6 minutes, up to 3 times