Oolong Tea Oolong tea is a Chinese tea positioned between green tea and black tea. Through repeated and complicated steps the tea leaves are partially oxidized, whereas green tea is not oxidized at all and black tea is fully oxidized. Light in the cup with haunting aromas, Oolong teas will richly reward those that explore them. It has a sophisticated flavor derived from complex production methods. Many types of oolong tea with long histories have been passed down by Buddhist priests due to their outstanding effectiveness.Oolong tea is also referred to as an aromatic tea, and it features popular flavors rich in exquisite aroma. Depending on the production area, product type, picking season, degree of oxidation and fermentation, roasting and other conditions, a variety of flavors can be enjoyed. Ranging from refreshing, invigorating flavors to mellow, soothing flavors, all with their own distinctive appeal.

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