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Tie Guan Yin

Tie Guan Yin (Iron Buddha) is one of the top Chinese prestige Oolong teas. It has a unique refreshing natural floral aroma, silky texture and lingering after taste. Our Tie Guan Yin is sourced directly from An Xi - it's birthplace.
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Tie Guan Yin (Organic)

This premium Tie Guan Yin is organically cultivated. The dried teas colour is lighter, flavoured with lighter yet pure and elegant floral fragrance and refreshing aftertaste compared to the non-organic Tie Guan Yin.
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Tie Guan Yin charcoal baked

Tie Guan Yin (Iron Buddha) is one of the top Chinese prestige Oolong teas. It has a unique refreshing natural floral aroma and silky texture. Apart from charcoal baked dry, this Tie Guan Yin was processed with the traditional fermenting technics to achieve the unique rich fire baked aroma.
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Taiwan High Mountain Oolong-Mt Yu

A premium Taiwan Oolong made from the premium tea leaves harvested from the Mt Yu of Taiwan, over 2000 meters above the sea level. This is a Taiwan Oolong at its prime with pure high aroma, mellow texture, full body luscious flavor, intense and refreshing aftertaste. Packaging size: 50g and 100g
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Taiwan High Mountain Oolong-Mt Ali

A classic Taiwan Oolong made from high mountain premium leaves harvested from the Mt Ali of Taiwan, over 1200 meters above the sea level. It is one of the most well known Taiwan high mountain rolled Oolong teas, with all the classic high mountain aroma and mellow taste. Packaging size: 50g and 100g
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Taiwan Style Oolong (Organic)

A premium organic Oolong made in the Wu-Yi Mt area of China, using the Taiwan Oolong tea plant specie and made by the traditional Taiwan high mountain Oolong's processing method. Packaging sizes: 50g and 100g.
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Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe)-Wu Yi Tea

Da Hong Pao is the most famous Wu Yi Oolong, portrayed as Royal Tea as the result of its low production and unique rich fragrance and flavour. Packaging size 50gms.
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Rou Gui - Wu Yi Tea

Rou Gui belongs to the famous Wu Yi Oolong tea group. It has a distinctive roasted fruit aroma that will last for many steeping. packaging size 50gms.
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Daffodil (Shui Hsien) - Wu Yi Tea

A classic Wu Yi Oolong tea that is light with a fruity and refreshing aroma, mimicking the fragrance of Daffodil yet with the unique Wu Yi Oolong's roasted flavour. Packaging size 50gms.
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Phoenix Oolong (Feng Huang Dan Cong)

Phoenix Single Bush is the most famous and top quality single bush Oolong produced from the Phoenix Mt area of the Guandong Province of China, well known for its capacity to imitate the natural fragrances of fruits and flowers in the surrounding areas. Packaging size 50gms.
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Oriental beauty

Oriental beauty is a classic Oolong tea born in Taiwan, but now produced in both Taiwan and mainland China. It is best known for the special requirement of the leaves being visited and partial consumed by a special bug before their harvest to allow the interaction to produce a unique floral, honey and nut aroma. Packaging 50g
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Zhang Ping Shui Xian

ZhangPing Shui Xian is a Oolong tea produced in the Zhang-Ping area of the Fu-Jia province. It has been a folk Oolong known to generations of locals to be of premium quality with pure country aroma and refreshing aftertaste.
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Chinese Oolong tea of the highest quality

Knowing where to buy Oolong tea can make the difference between buying a premium product that is fresh and value for money as opposed to stale on-shelf products that your taste bud will resent. 

Oolong tea is a specialty of China. They are semi-fermented and classified between unfermented green teas and fully fermented black tea.

The Fu-Jian Province of south-east China is the birthplace of all Oolong teas. (Also the place where Valley Green Tea founder En Jie grew up.) It is still is the predominant heartland of the Oolong tea production today producing many big names such as Tie Guan Yin and Da Hong Pao.

Like all other premium loose teas, the most crucial aspect of buying a Oolong tea is the quality. When order Oolong tea online, trying before purchase is the way to go, by free samples or buying small packages. 

Oolong tea's other names

Oolong teaWu Long, Wulong, 乌龙茶

Oolong teas four pillars 

Oolong teas produced in different regions have distinctive characteristics. 

North Fujian Oolong (Min Bei Oolong)

Classics are the group of Oolong teas produced in the Wu-Yi region - norther of the Fu-Jian Province.  Wu-Yi Oolong teas are also known as Wu-Yi Rock teas. The premium tea bushes are wild grown on the rocky mountains with natural rain fall and creek as irrigation, with well drained and sandy soil to produce a unique 'Yan Yin' (岩韵) - a clean, elegant and refreshing aroma.

Most well known Wu-Yi rock teas includ: Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe)Rou Gui and Daffodil (Shui Hsien)

South Fujian Oolong (Min Nan Oolong) tea

The most well known one being the An Xi Tie Guan Yin, a lightly fermented rolled Oolong loved and consumed by many in China and overseas. 

Guang-Dong Oolong tea

Produced in the Guang Dong Province of China. The most well known one being the Phoenix Single Bush (Feng Huang Dan Cong) produced in the Chao-Zhou area of the Guang-Dong province for its high and elegant frangance, mimicking the blossoms of the surrounding areas. 

Taiwan High Mountain Oolong 

Taiwan High Mountain Oolong (Dong-Ding Oolong) is a special class of Oolong tea produced in Taiwan’s high mountains, typically named after the mountains where they are produced and priced based on the altitudes of the mountains.

Dong-Ding translates into icy peaks in English. The higher the mountains are, the lower the temperature is and the better quality the teas are, as the tea plants grow slower in the cooler conditions and have more time to store up the nutrients and flavour.

In comparison to its mainland cousin Fu Jian Tie Guan Yin, their leaves are bigger, stronger and fuller, with a distinctive bold, refreshing and long-lasting aftertaste.

The most well known Taiwan high mountain Oolong include: Mt Yu Oolong, Mt. Ali Oolong etc. 

For more information about Oolong teas,please visit: Oolong tea preparation and storage guide, Oolong tea information and Oolong tea FAQ

You can also find information on Oolong tea's health benefits buy searching a scientific database (by key word) at: Pubmed

 

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