Oolong is a traditional Chinese type of tea somewhere in-between green and black in its preparation and oxidation - it tastes somewhere in between as well - not quite malty, not quite grassy. Oolong means dragon, and legends abound concerning the influence of mythological dragons on the development of this special tea. Others say that the leaves look like tiny black dragons when struck by hot water. Let us know what you think! Oolong tea should be brewed strong and bitter, yet leave one’s mouth with a faintly sweet aftertaste. This is the perfect tea to accompany your Chinese food!
Ratings & Reviews
Not the best oolong tea I've ever had but an OK priceDavid, Bayville, NY
not as smooth as I was hoping for.Nancy, Apex, NC
Not the best Oolong Tea I've had. It wasn't very smooth, very bitter. I wouldn't ever buy it again.Jacklynn, Tooele, UT
I Love this Tea!Pamela, Middletown, CT
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: China
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