Guangzhou Milk Oolong Tea

Oolong tea
Medium Caffeine
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Kosher
Vegan

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$13.98
More formats
15-20 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea
10-15 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of iced tea
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Guangzhou Milk Oolong is a rare oolong tea that's velvety smooth & creamy. Where does it come from? Once upon a time, the moon fell in love with a beautiful comet. As comets do, it flew past. Unaware of its fleeting presence, the moon was heartbroken and shed tears that covered the tea gardens below. The next morning, farmers awoke to find that their harvest had a deliciously creamy flavour. In reality, the fall in temperature covered the fields in frost, withering the leaves and giving them a unique flavour.

  • This sought-after tea type originates from Wuyi Mountains in China.
  • Grown under very specific growing conditions, where night frosts and low rainfall draw out the creaminess of the leaves.
  • Our flavouring is vegan & lactose-free!

Highlights

Ingredients
Chinese oolong tea from the Fujian province, Natural and artificial milk flavouring.
Certification
Kosher

Product Number
:  10041DT01VAR003940

About this tea

  • Kosher

    Complies to kosher dietary guidelines and restrictions.

  • Vegan

    Part of our growing collection that uses vegan-friendly ingredients.

How to make oolong tea

How to Steep

How to make a hot tea
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