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Oolong Tea

Oolong teas are primarily produced in China and Taiwan. They include a broad spectrum of teas that undergo a level of oxidation desired by the Tea Master. Lightly oxidised oolong teas tend to have sweet floral aromas and resemble green teas. More heavily oxidised teas tend more to black teas and exhibit woody and fruity notes.

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2018 Da Hong Pao

Scarlett Robe
Oolong Tea from China
Our Da Hong Pao ‘Scarlett Robe’ is rich and full-bodied. It is a complex tea that is notably floral and exhibits wood, mineral and tobacco notes. The finish is long and sweet.  Da Hong Pao is the most famous Yan Cha (“cliff” tea) of the Wuyi Shan ...

2018 Tie Luo Han

Iron Monk
Oolong Tea from China
Tie Luo Han is bold with a well-balanced traditional charcoal roast and smooth body that carries a long lasting sweetness. It has a complex character with a woodsy undertone, unique floral bouquet that finishes with stone fruit and cucumber notes....

2019 Wenshan Bao Zhong

Oolong Tea from Taiwan
Our delicious Bao Zhong that is smooth, sweet and refreshing. Lightly oxidised and masterfully finished to create a beautiful balance of a fresh green style oolong and high floral fragrance. Its name in Chinese, translates to "the wrapped kind", r...

Dong Ding

Tung Ting
Oolong Tea from Taiwan
Our Dong Ding is full-bodied with nutty and toasty notes and a sweet aroma reminiscent of roasted cereal grains. This tea produces a creamy and rich mouthfeel with a lovely caramel and brown sugar finish. This year we have selected a high baked op...

Formosa Bonita 47

FB47
Oolong Tea from Taiwan
A smooth and complex oolong that has notes of vanilla, ripe stone fruit and a delicate floral bouquet that combine to produce a lingering honey sweetness in the mouth. The high level of oxidation creates an oolong that has the comfort and strengt...

Formosa Bonita 74

FB74
Oolong Tea from Taiwan
A smooth and complex oolong that has notes of ripened stone fruit and a floral bouquet that leaves a long and lasting sweetness in the mouth. We feel this tea is best-enjoyed gong fu cha style as it’s complexity and nuances are best enjoyed throug...