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Chinese Oolong Tea

Loose leaf Magnolia Blossom Oolong tea
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This Guangdong province specialty is a lovely Oolong tea, scented with magnolia flowers. Alternately known as Orchid Oolong, or 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 character.

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 12 Reviews
China loose leaf Oolong tea
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An outstanding Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong selection, with an appealing floral intensity. The attractive, olive-green leaves produce a fragrant, pale gold infusion with a buttery smooth mouth feel. Orchid/lilac notes are prominent in both the flavor and aroma, as well as a hint of honey sweetness.

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 7 Reviews
Chinese Loose Leaf Oolong Tea Fine Grade
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Very bold, handcrafted leaves produce a rich, full-bodied cup in this classic dark Oolong offering from Fujian province. The aroma is honey sweet and toasty with hints of oak and spice. The blonde-amber liquor has a velvety smooth mouth feel, which embraces layers of rich toastiness, crisp stone fruit, and cedar nuances. A mellow woodsy sweetness lingers in the finish. A great value for a premium Fine Grade Oolong.

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review
Loose leaf Tie-Guan-Yin Imperial Oolong tea
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The dry leaves of this top-quality Oolong offering are fragrant and expertly rolled, producing a sparkling gold liquor with a sweet floral aroma. Notes of orchid are complemented by a buttery mouth feel in the silky smooth cup. Hints of honey lend a richness to the lingering finish. This tea is a great choice for multiple steepings.

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 2 Reviews
China loose leaf Oolong tea
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With a light oxidation level of less than 20%, this premium Oolong is produced in Anxi county of Fujian province. The name Huang Jin Gui translates to golden osmanthus, referring to the cup's light gold hue and osmanthus-like aroma and flavor.

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 5 Reviews
Premium Oolong Sampler
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4 tins (approx. 35g each) of teas from the following Oolongs, depending upon seasonal availability: ZO55: Roasted Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong, ZO10: China Oolong Se Chung, ZO20: Roasted Oolong, ZO82: Floral Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong, or ZO88: Tie-Guan-Yin Special Grade.

Please note that Sampler Sets cannot be personalized.

Please note that the 4 teas in this sampler set will vary according to the season.

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews
Loose Leaf Oolong Se Chung Tea
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A top grade of this lesser known style of China Oolong, this tea is 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 tea, or Black Dragon tea.

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 Reviews
Loose leaf roasted Oolong tea
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This tea begins as a classic, medium-oxidized Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong, processed in the traditional style. It is finished and cured with a slow firing in bamboo baskets over a charcoal fire. The result is a tea with smooth, rich and inviting character.

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 14 Reviews
loose leaf Oolong tea
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Processed in the traditional roasted style, this classic Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong produces a light amber-gold cup with a smooth, toasty character. Notes of honey and chestnut pair nicely with light toasty notes in both the aroma and flavor. A subtle floral undertone whispers in the lingering finish.

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 Reviews
China loose leaf Oolong tea
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The loosely rolled leaves of this finest grade of China Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong produce a pale golden cup with a full, buttery mouth feel. A sweet, floral fragrance introduces notes of dried fruit and a hint of honeysuckle in the flavor. The finish lingers with a light toastiness.

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 8 Reviews
loose leaf Chinese Oolong tea
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This classic Chinese Oolong was grown in the Wudong area of the Phoenix Mountains in Guangdong province. “Da Wu Ye,” meaning “big dark leaf,” refers to the elegantly long, dark green leaves of this most prized of Phoenix Oolong offerings. A gentle roasted aroma introduces the light amber liquor. Pronounced stone fruit notes and hints of honey highlight the rich ambrosial character and full mouth feel of this stellar selection. The finish is smooth and lingering.

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews
loose leaf China Oolong
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Dark olive-green leaves are loosely rolled and enhanced with natural honey flavoring in this unique Chinese Oolong offering. The aroma is redolent with pronounced buttery honey notes, complemented by hints of apricot. The pale golden cup blooms with prominent notes of honey and flowers, sweetened with hints of stone fruit. The finish is smooth and lingering.

The average rating for this product is 4 out of 5 stars 16 Reviews
Special Phoenix Honey Orchid Loose Leaf Chinese Oolong Tea
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Grown on Chaozhou Phoenix mountain in Guangdong province at an altitude of 4,000 feet, this esteemed Chinese Oolong tea, also known as “Mi Lan Xiang,” is plucked from a Dan Cong cultivar only once a year in the spring. The ultra-bold, hand-twisted leaves yield a velvety smooth, full-bodied cup with a pronounced stone fruit character. The complex aroma weaves layers of fragrance — floral, honey, citrus, nutty, toasty/biscuity — with a whisper of smoke. The clean finish lingers with an appealing fruity sweetness. This staff favorite creates a memorable tea experience.

Da Hong Pao Chinese Loose Leaf Oolong Tea
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Da Hong Pao, or "Big Red Robe," is a famous Chinese Oolong tea with a colorful pedigree. The very large leaves are perfect for multiple infusions. Subsequent steepings will produce varying levels of stone fruit and honey notes. The aroma is fruity and fragrant with a hint of sweet spring flowers. A lingering vegetal sweetness is noted in the finish, along with a crisp, clean hint reminiscent of dry white wine. Very limited lot.

loose leaf Oolong tea
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The dark olive, neatly rolled leaves exude a fresh buttery fragrance with hints of flowers. The pale straw-colored liquor invites that first sip with its delightful floral aroma. A nectar-like sweetness complements notes of chestnut and mineral in the light toasty cup. The finish lingers with hints of honey.

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Chinese Oolong tea is well known for being highly aromatic and flavorful, with a wide range of flavor profiles from floral to fruity to toasty, depending on the tea’s oxidation level. We import all of our Oolong Chinese loose leaf teas from the finest tea farms in Guandong, Fujian, An Hui, and Hunan provinces of China. The large leaves we import are excellent for the traditional Gong Fu method of tea-brewing. The Gong Fu method is a Chinese tea steeping method that involves steeping tea leaves in a small teapot or lidded bowl multiple times to extract the full flavor of the tea. If you want to experience multilayered flavors, the Gong Fu steeping method can reveal, consider trying this method with one of our Tie-Guan-Yin Chinese Oolong tea varieties. The name of this tea translates to “Iron Goddess of Mercy,” and it is one of the finest styles of Oolong Chinese tea available. All of our loose leaf Oolong Chinese teas have deep, rich flavors that will delight you every time you settle in for a cup. For mor
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