We offer a Thai Oolong tea for easy do it yourself in the box with 20 tea bags, a 2,5g.
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Thai Oolong Tea - Special selected
Oolong tea from northern Thailand. A tea of distinction, whose multifarious flavours, colours and aromas are sure to suit any palate. And, if you are looking to Buy Oolong Tea from northern Thailand, you have come to the right place.
We offer a Thai Oolong tea for easy do it yourself in the box with 20 tea bags, a 2,5 g.
Delivery time 1 - 2 weeks.
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For deliveries to other countries, the time may vary.
Green Tea from northern Thailand
From the lush, mist-enshrouded hillsides of northern Thailand comes green tea: a drink whose distinctive flavour and versatility make it a popular choice around the world. Immediately after being picked, green tea leaves are treated to stop the natural process of oxidisation. Japanese green tea is steamed, while Chinese green tea is traditionally pan roasted. The result is an unfermented tea that retains many of its naturally-occurring vitamins and minerals.
Brewing and serving:
Steeping is the process of making a cup of tea; it is also referred to as brewing. In general, two grams of tea per 100 ml of water, or about one teaspoon of green tea per five-ounce (150 ml) cup, should be used. With very high-quality teas like Oolong, more than this amount of leaf is used, and the leaf is steeped multiple times for short durations.
Oolong Tea from northern Thailand
Oolong tea from northern Thailand A tea of distinction, whose multifarious flavours, colours and aromas are sure to suit any palate. And, if you are looking to Buy Oolong Tea from northern Thailand, you have come to the right place. First produced in the Fujian province of China, some 400 years ago, our oolong tea now comes from northern Thailand.
"Wu Long" meaning Black Dragon
Its long, dark leaves, redolent of dragons' tails, are what give oolong tea its Chinese name: ‘Wu Long', meaning ‘black dragon'. Oolong tea is made using partially-oxidised leaves, which means its character varies according to the degree of fermentation. For example, light oolong teas have a delicate, flowery taste, while a variety is much more like black tea.