A delicate tea that is elegant in a way that is difficult to compare. The brew turns golden green and has a complex refreshing, sweet taste and a strict but floral aroma.
Most of our teas can be brewed several times on the same leaves. This applies in particular to oolong, which can easily be brewed 4 times.
Oolong tea is semi-oxidized. This happens by the leaves being pounded, preferably in a bamboo drum, and fried 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 taste and aroma beyond what white, green or yellow tea can.