Oolong teas, sometimes also known as blue teas, are partially oxidised teas, with the most known varieties originating from Taiwan and China. The name ‘oolong’ derives from the Chinese term for ‘black dragon teas’.
These teas are greatly appreciated by tea connoisseurs, due to their complex character and often distinct fruity, nutty and even floral flavours and aromas. Oolongs are somewhere between green and black teas and as such they often exhibit the delightful freshness of green teas and the enticing maturity of fully oxidised teas.
China Milky Oolong
This award winning oolong tea has a delicious and distinctive flavour with vanilla undertones. This extraordinary tea is characterised by a milky and smooth infusion and is a true delight to all the senses.
Formosa Oolong (or Wulong) is one of the most popular teas in Taiwan because it is very smooth, smells like Orchids and has a wonderful rich and fruity flavour.
Formosa Oolong Top Fancy
This is a truly magnificent tea – it is very rare and a real treat for all tea lovers.