Oolong Tea

The origin of Oolong tea can be traced back to the Fujian province of China. The flavour of these teas can range from fresh and green with a floral aroma, to thick and woody with a toasty aroma. In between is a variety of fruity and sweet oolongs with a honey-like aroma. Another popular region for Oolong production is the island of Taiwan, also known as ‘Formosa’, with the best of the teas being produced in the Taiwanese Alpine region.

About Our Oolong Teas:

The most popular Oolong loose leaf tea from the Fujian region is Tie Guan Yin, known in English as ‘Iron Goddess of Mercy’, known for its beautiful floral, perfume-like aroma and smooth flavour. Oolong tea is created through a unique processing method, and during the production, a high level of attention is given to timing and temperature. This precise control is what brings out the distinctive colour, flavours and aroma of this tea. Our selection of luxury Oolong loose leaf teas includes an exclusive Wuyi mountain variety, the famous Taiwanese Four Season Oolong, the Jin Zuan milk oolong and many more. Explore the collection below.

Want To Know More?

If you’re new to our luxury Oolong loose leaf tea, our discovery pack is the perfect starting point.
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Read about the flavours, history, production and brewing time of Oolong tea.

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Taiwanese Jin Xuan (Milk) Oolong Supreme - No.92

From:  £8.95  (9)

A premium natural milk oolong from the mountains of Taiwan with a rich flavour and buttery notes.

Tie Guan Yin Supreme (Iron Goddess of Mercy) - No.99

From:  £9.50  (28)

The most famous of oolongs, Tie Guan Yin hails from the Fujian Province of China. 

Taiwanese Ginseng Oolong - No.96

From:  £4.00  (15)

This Taiwanese oolong tea has an exquisite combination of sweet, fresh and invigorating flavours.

Pouchong Oolong (Bauchong) - No.98

From:  £5.25  (5)

This high-quality Pouchong Oolong tea was freshly picked in April 2018 and produces a fresh and delicate taste.

Wuyi Shui Xian Oolong - No.91

From:  £4.95  (6)

This dark oolong tea from the Fujian province of China imparts a smooth caramel flavour.

Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong (Mi Lan Dan Cong) - No.89

From:  £10.50  (3)

With its complex flavour, natural honey-like sweetness and floral notes, this is definitely a tea for the connoisseurs.

Taiwanese Ali Shan Oolong - No.94

From:  £10.95  (6)

A premium-grade Oolong tea from the mountains of Taiwan. This loose leaf oolong offers a milky-sweet flavour.

Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192

From:  £35.00 

From Ali Moutain in Taiwan, this popular oolong tea is grown to perfection.

Oriental Beauty Oolong No.87

From:  £4.50 

Oriental Beauty rests in a league of her own, being an exceptionally fine Taiwanese tea.

Supreme Oriental Beauty - No.193

From:  £45.00 

Our Supreme Oriental Beauty is the creme de la creme of this famous tea, offering an intensely sweet flavour.

Chinese Jade Ginseng Oolong - No.88

From:  £6.50  (4)

This unique Oolong tea is full of flavour and offers a wide variety of health benefits. 

Oolong Tea Discovery Pack

£13.95  (7)

This Oolong discovery pack allows you to explore a wide range of oolong flavours.

Taiwanese Dong Ding Oolong - No.95

From:  £3.80  (16)

One of the finest mountain Oolongs from Taiwan, this has a refreshing and fruity flavour.

Taiwanese Four Season Oolong - No.90

From:  £5.50  (11)

Four Season Oolong is a great choice for people who are new to oolongs due to its light, creamy flavour.


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