Oolong

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  • Mandal Gaon First Flush Oolong

    A handcrafted tea with notes of cocoa and subtle hints of wild flowers and raisins. It infuses bright and sweet with a slight smokiness. This tea originates from a small tea grower village on the mountain slopes of the Himalayas in Darjeeling at 5500 ft. above sea level. OUT OF STOCK We have just purchased the Autumn Oolong from this farm and it is available here.
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  • Da Hong Pao

    $28.00 CAD for 125g
    This legendary tea, a Wuyi Rock Oolong, is offered as a premium grade tea brewing a deep gold/amber cup. The taste is smooth, yielding vivid fruit and an invigorating aroma with a fragrant finish.
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  • Goddess of Mercy

    $18.00 CAD for 125g
    Brewed in traditional Yixing pots, this jade Tieguanyin oolong has a very flowery aroma with a fresh taste similar to that of green tea. Fragrant, fruity and delicate, its curled leaves can be infused several times.
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  • Organic Shui Hsien Oolong

    $18.00 CAD for 125g
    This traditional oolong has natural orchid-like flavour with a lingering fragrance and possesses a clear, bright, amber colour.
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  • Bamboo Mountain Dong Ding

    $18.00 CAD for 125g
    Grown at lower elevation, this offering received a lighter roasting resulting in a bright yellow cup.
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  • Bao Zhong Oolong

    $18.00 CAD for 125g
    This lightly oxidized oolong, also called pouchong, brews a light golden cup; smooth and sweet with floral-fruity notes of honey and cream. Grown in the Pinglin county of Northern Taiwan, Baozhong translates as “the wrapped kind", referring to the way in which the tea was traditionally wrapped in paper to be dried and roasted.
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  • Formosa Oolong

    $12.00 CAD for 125g
    With classic nutty, peachy flavour, light body, very aromatic and devoid of astringency, this is a perfect refreshment for any time of day.
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  • Four Seasons Jasmine Oolong

    $21.00 CAD for 125g
    Known as Si Ji Chun, this oolong has a natural fresh flowery aroma. Some people say it is similar to Chinese Tie Guan Yin, probably partly because of its strong aroma and possibly because Tie Guan Yin also possesses a somewhat wild and vigorous characteristic.
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