Oolong tea

    Alishan Milky Gaba Oolong

    10,58 €
    211,60 €/kg

    About Gaba Tea GABA is short for gamma-amino butyric acid, an amino acid that is one of the main neurotransmitters in your central nervous system. Due to an extra step...

    Laocong "Duckshit" (Ya Shi) Oolong

    14,02 €
    467,33 €/kg

    Laocong Duck Shit 2020 Spring Tea Duck Shit Dancong Oolong has been the most popular Dancong Oolong tea for its soothing and satisfying aroma and taste. The bushes for making...

    Rougui Wuyi Yancha (Rock Tea)

    3,83 €
    478,75 €/kg

    Good dark oolong tea (Yancha / Rock tea) from Fujian, China. Mid-grade quality. Very good as an introduction to the oolong world.-- Rougui (cinnamon scent) a famous stone tea /...

    Sweet Osmanthus Oolong Tea

    8,57 €
    171,40 €/kg

    Oolong tea mixture with tieguanyin and osmanthus flowers. Totally natural.--Sweet Osmanthus Oolong Tea Harvest: autumn 2020 Taste: nutty, fruity, flowery, sweet Fine Ever Green Oolong of organic quality from China...

    Lishan Gaba Oolong

    13,61 €
    272,20 €/kg

    Lishan Gaba Oolong GABA is short for gamma-amino butyric acid, an amino acid that is one of the main neurotransmitters in your central nervous system. Due to an extra step...

    2021 Sapphire Gaba Oolong

    14,02 €
    280,40 €/kg

    Oriental Beauty of Gaba -- Sapphire Gaba Oolong Oriental Beauty by Gaba Harvest: March 2021 Terroir: Tea garden at 1000 m above sea level in Ali Shan (this tea garden...

    White Orchid Oolong - Bai Ya Qi Lan

    2,82 €
    352,50 €/kg

    Good Mingnan Oolong tea from Pinghe, Fujian, China. Mid-grade quality. Very good as an introduction to the oolong world. --       White Orchid - Bai Ya Qi Lan...

    Lapsang Oolong tea

    8,98 €
    179,60 €/kg

    Lapsang Oolong Harvest: 06.2020. Variety: Xiao Cai. Maybe you have heard about Lapsang Souchong Black Tea, but have you ever tried a Lapsang Oolong? Lapsang is the translation of Fujian...

    2020 Formosa Four Season Oolong

    12,60 €
    252,00 €/kg

    Excellent Four Season Oolong from Nantou, TaiwanFormosa Four Season Oolong 2020 四季 春 Qingxin Ruanzhi variety little roasted, very flowery, nutty, very creamy, gives a warming feeling, similar to ours...

    Formosa Milky Oolong

    7,56 €
    151,20 €/kg

    Creamy, seductive fragrance and taste Formosa Milky Oolong (naturally flavored) 2021 harvest  from Taiwan A special Oolong tea with a milky scent and taste. This tea is an exception in...

    Wuyi Laocong Shuixian Oolong

    8,57 €
    214,25 €/kg

    Wuyi Laocong Shuixian Oolong (no Yancha/Rock Tea) Harvest: 05.2020. Cultivar: 60-year-old Shuixian. This Shuixian Oolong comes from the Wuyi mountain area and has a fruity sweetness . It is charcoal...

    Xingren Xiang Dancong Oolong

    14,02 €
    467,33 €/kg

    Xingren Xiang Dancong Oolong 2020 Spring Tea This is a super nutty Dancong oolong from Fenghuang Mountain, Guangdong Province, China. It was freshly harvested and roasted in May 2020. Xingren...

    Bai Ji Guan Zhengyan Yancha (Rock Tea)

    9,58 €
    1.197,50 €/kg

    A Zhengyan Yancha from Fo Guo Cliff in Wuyi National Park Bai Ji Guan means white comb because the color of the leaves is pale-green to greenish yellow (unlike all...

    Qi Lan Zhengyan Yancha (Rock Tea)

    8,57 €
    1.071,25 €/kg

    This Zhengyan Yancha is from Lotus Cliff (Lian Hua Feng) in the national park of Wuyi mountain. It was harvested, half oxidized and baked witb medium-low fire in autumn 2019....

    Huang Guan Yin Zhengyan Yancha (Rock Tea)

    6,55 €
    818,75 €/kg

    Huang Guan Yin, Rock Tea from Wuyi Shan National Park This Zhengyan Yancha is from Xianren Yan (仙人岩) in the national park of Wuyi mountain. It was harvested, half oxidized...

    Hsinchu Oriental Beauty

    20,06 €
    668,67 €/kg

    a clearly fruity, woody, flowery and spicy Oriental Beauty Oolong  Oriental Beauty Oolong from Hsinchu, Taiwan Oriental Beauty is a type of oolong from Taiwan. The special thing about a...

    Wudong Ginger Flower

    14,62 €
    1.827,50 €/kg

    Wudong Ginger Flower - the most cherished Dancong cultivar Harvest: late Spring 2020 (Wudong tea is harvested only 1 time a year) Cultivar: Jianghua Xiang (Ginger Flower), also known as...

    Tanbei Qingxin Ruanzhi Oolong

    12,00 €
    300,00 €/kg

    Popular oolong from Fujian, China. Mid grade quality. Very good for getting started in the Oolong world. Charcoal Roasted Oolong Qingxin Ruanzhi Oolong   Tanbei means "roasted with charcoal". This charcoal baked...

    Top quality oolong tea

    OOLONG is semi-fermented tea from China or Taiwan with a particularly detailed taste profile. Better known varieties are Tie Guan Yin Milky Oolong. The dark dancongs from Guangdong are treasured treasures. The latest insider tips are the Gaba oolongs.

    People who buy Oolong teas like something a little more intense, but also at the same time mild taste. The biggest advantage of the well-known loose oolong varieties is that they are practical even with longer steeping times don't get bitter. They have an intense taste without tasting as strongly malty as an Assam tea. They are aromatic, expressive and at the same time fine in aroma, without resembling Ceylon tea or Darjeeling. Oolong teas are worthwhile because of them rich taste nuances necessarily an intensive exploration. It is no coincidence that we have selected four of the best tea candidates in this category for you. Only when you experience an excellent oolong pleasure kick in the cup will you get a taste for it.

    The semi-fermented tea from the Far East

    Basically, Chinese oolong teas tend to be more towards green teas. This is why the Chinese call it “green-blue tea”. But for a tea connoisseur it turns out that he prefers the semi-fermented oolong varieties because of their taste qualities and their digestibility its own place in the tea universewould assign. A tea lover who has not yet made closer acquaintance with one of the many oolong representatives should definitely try the loosely sold oolong qualities from the Chinese tea province Fujian or from the former Formosa, now Taiwan. The taste comparison with oolong tea bags can only disappoint. The poor quality of what ends up in tea bags - usually excessively flavored - lacks the typical character of Oolong teas.

    The mythical meaning of tea enjoyment

    There are many legends in China about this semi-fermented tea, which can be translated as “black dragon” or “black snake”. This name has to do with the legends that are told in the classic growing countries. For example, experts know that in the Wuyi Mountains of the Chinese province of Fukien - called Fujian Province in a more recent transcription - four of the oldest tea bushes from which this tea comes can be found. They are called the “four famous tea bushes”. This already shows the mythical significance of this invigorating drink in the past. The fact that enjoying a cup of invigorating green, oolong or black tea is one of our natural everyday pleasures has not been the norm for very long. Today you can buy even the finest oolong teas on the internet to give them a try.


    The preparation of oolong teas

    The preparation of an invigorating tea drink with loose tea leaves is unlike that of a tea bag hung in a cup. It is like a little ritual. The right brewing temperature is important. We will tell you these individually for each type of Oolong tea. All you have to do is scroll a little further on an article.

    Here you can find out that our Tie Guan Yin Oolong Can withstand a water temperature of 85 ° C - 90 ° C and a steeping time of 2-4 minutes. The caffeine content of this pleasure tea is medium high, but still invigorating.

    Of the Sweet osmanthus can brew a little longer with 3-4 minutes.

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