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Oolong is a semi-fermented tea, which means it is somewhere between green and black tea. Its taste profile ranges from floral, grassy to full-bodied, strong depending on the degree of oxidation.
Flavoured Oolong teaThis Oolong tea is distinguished by its abundance of floral and fruity notes, along with its tempting scent of sweet milk.Ingredients: Oolong tea, flavour
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High quality Oolong tea from South Fujian produced using a special manufacturing process. The leaves are fermented to approx. 40%, then tightly and densely rolled into pearl shapes. When infused, this tea enchants with its intense floral notes and fine sweet nuances.
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The China Ti Kuan Yin Oolong organic tea comes from the famous Chinese province of Fujian, which is known for the best oolongs in the world.The emerald-coloured tea rolled into balls convinces with a pale golden cup colour and lovely floral aromas.The infusion seduces with a soft, sweetish note.
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* Certified organic, DE-ÖKO-006
Carefully rolled green Oolong tea from the highlands of Taiwan. This tea is one of the best-known qualities from Taiwan and is almost completely unfermented. In the infusion, this smooth and harmonious tea presents floral, sweet notes and hints of vanilla. An Oolong to be passionate about.
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The fragrance of this semi-fermented tea from northeast Taiwan is reminiscent of ripe sweet fruit. When infused, it develops flavours of baked bread, refined with a subtle sweetness. A harmonious and smooth tea.
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Masterful composition of the finest Taiwan Oolong teas produced in the highlands. The fragrance, with a distinct sweetness and notes of apricots and peaches, also characterises its delectable infusion. Honey-like nuances give this balanced composition its unique taste.
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This Japanese Oolong is a real rarity. It convinces with a sweet and creamy cup and hints of vanilla and fine roasted aromas.
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*Certified Organic, JP-BIO-041
The name of this rarity from Taiwan keeps what it promises. Delicate, fruity peach tones are paired with a floral note of gardenia. The tea is sweet and full-bodied, with little astringency. Its taste is also convincing when drunk cold.
Ingredients: Oolong tea, flavour
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Pouchong is the most famous tea in northern Taiwan. Long withering and shaking enhances the floral notes and makes the texture of the tea soft and smooth. When drinking the Pouchong, you can perceive a floral aroma remembering Osmanthus fragrance. We recommend this tea for a mindful start to the day.
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This exceptional oolong comes from a tea garden in Tanzania, which is hand-grown by a German emigrant with great passion for the craft. The dark, large and open leaf infuses into a mildly spicy tea with a touch of honey and subtle sweetness. A true, high-quality rarity produced in very small quantities.
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