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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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Bai Rui Xiang

Oolong Tea from China
Our Bai Rui Xiang is highly aromatic with a rich body. This lighter ‘cliff’ tea has a flavour reminiscent of red berries and grape skin. This is balanced against floral, vanilla and mineral notes that leaves a velvety feeling on the palate and a p...

Buddha's Hand

Fo Shou
Oolong Tea from China
Our Buddha’s Hand (also known as Fo Shou or Xiang Yuan) is highly aromatic with floral, pear and stone fruit flavours and delicate toast and mineral notes. The mouthfeel is smooth and creamy leaving a long-lasting sweetness reminiscent of brown su...

Iron Goddess of Mercy

Tie Guan Yin
Oolong Tea from China
Our Spring 2018 Iron Goodess of Mercy has been lightly baked and is a modern representation of Anxi’s most famous oolong tea. This fresh, lightly roasted, green style of tie guan yin has an aromatic floral bouquet with thirst quenching properties....

Mi Lan Xiang

Honey Orchid Dan Cong
Oolong Tea from China
Our Mi Lan Xiang is a single varietal Phoenix oolong with a distinct orchid fragrance and long lasting honey finish. A deliciously rich and complex tea with distinct stone fruit notes.  Whilst some care and attention needs to be given in brewing t...

Pomelo Scented Chelan

White Bud Chelan
Oolong Tea from China
A rounded oolong tea that has a beautiful citrus flavour and a sweet floral finish that is reminiscent of orchids and honey. This tea is refreshing and well balanced.  The tea is seasonally produced once a year. Grapefruit flowering occurs early i...

Rou Gui

Oolong Tea from China
A full-bodied infusion that has a distinct floral aroma, toast and spice notes. This bold tea is characterised by its particularly sharp cinnamon tail note and long sweet finish. Rou Gui is one of the 4 famous Yancha (“cliff and boulder” tea) leaf...