An absolute Oolong classic from the Chinese school. Unlike many white or green Chinese teas, whose production peak takes place in spring, the Ti Kuan Yin Oolong qualities tend to be produced in the autumn. These teas captivate
This leaf with its many shades of green and brown is only produced in the Taiwanese highlands. Stopping the fermentation process in the right moment leaves only the edges fermented, whereas the leaf centre remains green.
This select speciality loose leaf tea is only produced in the mountainous region of Nantou, Taiwan & valued highly by tea connoisseurs around the world. It is briefly pre-fermented & firmly rolled by hand, unlike other oolongs.
Our Milky Oolong loose leaf tea is a unique and extremely delicate infusion which has a subtle sweet taste which is rare in the world of tea. The richness of flavour & aroma can be increased by brewing a cooler infusion......
Exceptional green Oolong teas which match or even excel high quality green Formosa Jade Oolongs, have been produced for over 50 years now in the north of Thailand at the foot of the Mountain "Doi Phayapai" from imported stock.