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Oolong Teas

Oolong Teas

Welcome to our Oolong Tea Selections

Oolong tea is often referred to as a “semi-fermented” tea and is principally manufactured in China and Taiwan (Formosa). After plucking, this type of tea is allowed to wilt in direct sunlight and is then shaken in bamboo baskets to lightly bruise the leaf. The chemicals in the leaf react with the air, producing a reddish leaf color. After a desired amount of time, the leaf is fired and the fermentation process is halted. These steps create the unique appearance and flavor of the two different types of oolong teas. China oolong teas are typically allowed to ferment for a shorter period of time and are therefore lighter in taste and appearance than most Formosa oolong teas.

Brewing Suggestions

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Oolong Teas

Oolong Whole Leaf Pyramid Teabags

Recently our tea blenders have created a new premium ranges of pyramid style teabags. Featuring 17 flavorful black, green, oolong and white selections like spicy chai, fruity mango black, crisp green mint and bold oolong, each teabag variety is packed in a unique re-closable pouch with descriptive label and brewing suggestions. This is a perfect way to bring the convenience of the teabag into your everyday tea ritual!

Oolong Teas from Foojoy

We are proud to offer this premium line of rare teas. Selected for their flavor, exquisite leaf form, and good value, these teas are produced in very small quantities each season. Each tea comes direct from its origin garden, assuring freshness. This line is not usually found outside select Asian markets. Foojoy loose leaf teas come in vacuum-sealed, resealable tins wrapped in labels which depict the contents of each tin. Foojoy pyramid teabags are packed 15 teabags per tin. Each tea bag holds 4 grams of tea, enough to brew a large mug or small 2-3 serving teapot.