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.