Oolong tea is grown at an elevation of 800 to 1,000 meters above sea level. Oolong black tea is roasted medium-well. It is rich in aroma and has a mellow in taste. The tea color is presented in golden brown with a honey-like glaze. Oolong black tea is specially baked the traditional way and prepared medium-well, therefore, its aroma is especially rich. It is sweet and pure, and able to last multiple brews. It contains a light sweet milky taste with its rich aroma. The natural sweetness from the supreme tea can last up to 2 hours.
Oolong Tea Leaves appear small and mature later in the season; therefore, it is one of the perfect varieties for partly fermented loose leaves. Oolong Tea Leaves is popularly cultivated around the globe. The leaves are purple as it sprouts and spreads out as it matures; the mature leaves are a narrow oval shape, shiny emerald green color, and have soft yet flexible thick leaves.
Oolong Black / Crimson Tea / 特級烏龍紅茶
Dark teas are post-fermented teas. This is a class of tea that has undergone microbial fermentation, from several months to many years. The exposure of the tea leaves to humidity and oxygen during the process also causes endo-oxidation (derived from the tea-leaf enzymes themselves) and exo-oxidation (which is microbially catalyzed). The tea leaves and the liquor made from them become darker with oxidation. Dark teas give a taste of earthy and autumn notes.
Loose Leaves Color: Dark Brown and Dark Green
Tea Color: Clear Dark Crimson
Tasting Notes: Full-bodied and Roasty, earthy, and malty notes.
Black tea is fully oxidized, which blackens the leaves Black teas are distinct for their briskness and bold taste.
– Materials: Handpicked natural leaves
– Size of Serving: 150 ± 5 grams
– Preservation Period: 2 years upon opening the vacuumed packaging.