A unique twist on the classic, Earl grey, with oil from the citrus fruit bergamot. If you like Earl gray because of the citrus taste, you will also like Earl Green. Sweet "citrus harmony" with elegant floral and tannic notes. A new classic in our ears!
Oolong tea is semi-oxidized. This happens by pounding the leaves, preferably in a bamboo drum, and roasting in repetitive exercises over a period of time until the desired oxidation is achieved. Oxidation of oolong can vary from 10 to 90%. The production of oolong is complicated and the tea is able to hold a complexity of flavor and aroma beyond what white, green or yellow tea can.