Oolong Tea is partly oxidised, from 10-70%, making it the most diverse of all types of tea. Somewhere between a green tea and a black tea, the flavours of oolong can range from dark and smoky to light and fruity. Oolong is fast becoming a very popular tea in the West, due to its relatively easing brewing process and extraordinary range and depth of flavour.
Classic high-grown Taiwanese mountain Oolong. Li Shan (Pear Mountain) is one the highest tea-growing region in Taiwan with elevations of 1700m to 2600m. Li Shan’s moist, cool terroir produces teas of exceptional quality: this Li Shan is soft, floral and buttery.