Oolong Tea

Oolong tea straddles the great big region between green tea and black tea, being partially oxidized. It's a simple definition belying the breadth of flavours, aromas and character you might find among oolong teas. From the dark, almost smoky character of da hong pao to the light wispiness of pouchong, oolong teas offer an immense range of styles. It might seem bewildering at first, but if you're anything like me you'll fall in love with the incredible diversity.

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Yongchun Fo Shou (Bergamot) Oolong

Yongchun Fo Shou (Bergamot) Oolong

A mild, delicate kind of oolong that sits very well on the palate.

Plum Blossom Oolong Reserve

Plum Blossom Oolong Reserve

A reasonably dark oolong with a delicious orchid-like sweetness.

Shui Xian

Shui Xian

Teas Etc's Shui Xian is a wonderfully aromatic tea with a strong note of stonefruit cupped by a smokiness that lends the tea a smooth, well-balanced feel.

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