From the Chinese word for “black dragon,” oolong tea falls somewhere between black and green teas in terms of oxidation. Oolongs usually come from small family-owned gardens, where they’re made with love – often handrolled into unique shapes. We love watching them unfurl in the cup as they release beautiful flavours ranging from floral and fruity to creamy, toasty and nutty.

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  • Tie Kwan Yin

    This classic oolong is grassy, vegetal and...

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