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China - Oolong

Highly aromatic and flavorful, Chinese oolongs offer deep, rich flavor notes. Because of the large leaf that is used, many of these Chinese oolongs are excellent for the Gong Fu method of tea-brewing. Ti-Guan-Yins, or "Iron Goddess of Mercy" teas, are some of the best styles of oolong to be produced in China.


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 1. ZM44: Osmanthus Oolong Se Chung

Se Chung Oolong, naturally scented with osmanthus flowers. The flavorful, aromatic cup has a full body, with hints of ripe fruit. The finish is sweet and lingering.

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 2. ZM65: Magnolia Blossom Oolong

This Guangdong specialty is a lovely oolong tea, scented with magnolia flowers. Alternately known as Orchid Oolong or in Chinese Yu Lan, this selection is a must try for those who appreciate a fine scented tea. The flavor nuances are unique, but hints of jasmine lend a recognizable characte ...

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 3. ZM87: Ginseng Oolong

An interesting twist on a Chinese classic. The rolled leaves are coated with ground ginseng, producing an exceptional, silky-smooth cup. The aroma has the floral sweetness of Tie-Guan-Yin, with mellow ginseng notes. This lot has a bit of licorice juice added, which further adds to the natural swee ...

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 4. ZO10: China Oolong Se Chung

A top grade of this lesser known style of China Oolong. Slightly green, with a woody aroma and flavor. A style served in Hong Kong Chinese restaurants. Oolong tea is also referred to as Wu-Long, or Black Dragon.
Average Customer Review:   5 out of 5 stars - review details

*Some variations are limited:

    200g tin: Sold Out

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 5. ZO15: "Wu Yi" Water Fairy Oolong

While not a true Wu Yi Mountain tea, this Fujian province Oolong is a flavorful and affordable alternative. The dark, chocolate-brown leaves produce a dusky ecru liquor with a harmonious flavor profile, accented with a sweet, lingering finish. Some who have enjoyed this selection have commented abo ...

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 6. ZO20: Roasted Oolong

A classic, medium-oxidized Tie-Guan-Yin, processed in the traditional style, but finished with a process of curing, (i.e., a slow firing in bamboo baskets over a charcoal fire). The result is a tea with smooth, rich and inviting character.
Average Customer Review:   5 out of 5 stars - review details

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 7. ZO21: Huang Jin Gui Oolong

This premium Oolong is produced in Anxi county of Fujian province, at a light oxidation level of less than 20%. The name Huang Jin Gui translates to "Golden Osmanthus," referring to the leaf's light gold hue and the intense Osmanthus-like aroma and flavo ...

*Some variations are limited:

    15g sample: 16 remaining
    125g packet: 30 remaining
    125g tin: Sold Out
    250g packet: 11 remaining
    500g packet: Sold Out
    1000g bag: Sold Out

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 8. ZO50: Wuyi Golden Guan Yin

This rare, bold-leaf tea has a classic Oolong style. Raisin-like nuances are complemented by a smooth and sweet character.
*Internet Specials/Discounts:
    4g sample: Normally $3.50 , Now only $2.00!
    30g packet: Normally $17.80 , Now only $10.80!

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 9. ZO78: Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong 2nd Grade

A classic Tie-Guan-Yin, with dark-golden, rolled leaves, producing a flavorful cup with the aroma of sweet raisins complemented with robust earthy tones. The fine flavor lingers on the palate with a toasty, sweet aftertaste.

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 10. ZO80: Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong First Grade

An Oolong (Wu-Long) with a full, spicy flavor, hinting of chestnuts. Rich golden liquor with a heady aroma and a delightful aftertaste.
Average Customer Review:   4 out of 5 stars - review details

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