Oolong Teas

Semi-oxidized. The harvest of oolong teas ranges from 15%-70% oxidation. Fresh leaves may be roasted over open fire, tumble dried to bring out floral qualities or baked in bamboo baskets.

  • Jin Xuan

    These rolled and gently roasted leaves produce an infusion with a delicious floral aroma and a uniquely creamy texture, giving this tea its nickname, "milk oolong".

  • Tie Guan Yin Supergrade

    Named for the Bodhisattva of Compassion, this Fujian Chinese oolong has a transcendent flavor.

  • Huang Jin Gui

    A mysterious oolong from the sunlit gardens of Fujian, this is a spring harvest of Tie Guan Yin.

  • Da Hong Pao

    A roasted, honeyed Oolong from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian.

  • Feng Huang Dan Cong

    Though a traditional oolong, this tea has a mysteriously sweet and fruity flavor comparable to grapefruit or apricot.

  • Shui Xian

    This tea is known as “water nymph” or “narcissus,” named after the narcissus flowers in the port of Quanzhou where this tea was originally exported.

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