Collection: Oolong tea

A real symphony or terroirs and varietals.

Originating from the verdant landscapes of Fujian province, oolong tea uses a nuanced semi-oxidation process to make its mark between green tea and red (black) teas. Its flavor profile ranges from discreet to outlandish and navigate between the flowery and fruity words. For some oolong teas, a roasting step using hardwood charcoal is added thus creating roasted and toasted characteristics with honey notes as well. Heavy roasting allows some oolong teas to be aged for up to 20 to 30 years. Embark on a sensory voyage, savoring an harmonious blend of tradition and flavors in every brewed cup of oolong tea.