#oolongtea

  • Date
  • August 31, 2021

phoenix oolong | davidstea

oolong tea | guangdong province, China Grown on the Phoenix mountains in China, Dan Cong oolongs come from a special variety of camellia sinensis which presents as a tree rather than a bush. Phoenix oolongs (also known as Phoenix Mountain ooolong, Phoenix Mountain dan cong, Fenghuang Dan Cong, and even Phoenix Mountain Dan Cong oolong) …

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  • Date
  • April 27, 2021

sticky rice oolong :: davidstea

oolong tea (blend) | thailand A lightly oxidized oolong is closer to green tea. With a creamy mouthfeel and natural sweetness, this oolong is a perfect pairing for the magical Chinese herb, Nuo Mi Xiang which smells and tastes like sticky rice. With calm aromas and gentle flavours, this blend transports all of the fresh …

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  • Date
  • February 16, 2021

oolong creme :: sloane fine tea merchants

oolong tea (flavoured) | wuyi mountains, china Do not be afraid of the word “flavours” in this ingredient listing, because it comes after the word “natural” – and that makes all of the difference: this tea has complexity and depth that only comes with restraint. The Wuyi Mountains in China is home of the gift …

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