Oolong Tea is the ultimate self-care tea for the health conscious tea drinker. Grown on a 5,000 feet mountain, this tea will elevate your mood and health. You'll instantly feel comforted and calm when you inhale the gentle grassy melon aroma. Oolong is best known to boost metabolism and immunity.
What is Oolong Tea?
Oolong tea has appeared in ancient Chinese poems since the 16th century and today, it’s a popular tea choice for bubble tea drinkers. With the highest concentration of polyphenols than any other tea, oolong is widely known as ‘the weight loss tea’. The traditional Oolong tea consists of Camellia Sinensis plant leaves and undergoes a partial oxidation process offering a distinct color and taste. The best oolong tea neither has characteristics of green nor black teas. It’s a unique culmination tracing its origin to the Taiwanese mountains. The best oolong tea preparation involves oxidizing tea leaves directly under sunlight. This humble way of preparing this tea imparts a unique fragrance.
What are Oolong Tea Health Benefits ?
Oolong tea has immense health benefits apart from a distinguished flavor and is popularly called ‘the weight loss tea.’ High levels of antioxidants in oolong tea can help increase metabolism by up to 10% and accelerate fat oxidation. It can also reduce the absorption of carbs, fats and glucose. Oolong Tea is well-known as an immunity booster. Click here to read more
What Does Oolong Tea Taste Like?
Oolong tea is a distinct tea category that has its own tea-making process. It usually tastes floral and fruity with a thick mouthfeel. Oolong teas can have a grassy flavour, but the overall taste should be quite light. You can adjust the steeping time to alter the intensity of your flavours.
How to Make Oolong Tea (Brew Guide)
Oolong tea was traditionally made by steeping loose leaves of tea in a teapot. However, not everyone has a teapot. We offer the same authentic experience but with added convenience. We offer whole loose-leaf teas in tea sachets.
Steeping Steps :
- Add the tea sachet to a cup with hot or cold water.
- You can adjust the steeping time to suit your preference.
- To get a refreshing iced tea, refrigerate and adjust the steeping time to suit your preference