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Oolong Teas

Oxidation starts here! After the leaves are plucked, they are withered and shaken to bruise the edges. As they react with oxygen, the edges turn red. After the desired oxidation point is reached, the leaves are fire-dried.

Most oolongs are produced in China and Formosa (Taiwan). Generally, China oolongs are oxidized for a longer period, so the leaves and liquors appear closer to black teas than Formosa oolongs. Oolongs are usually whole-leaf teas.

Milk Oolong

Milk Oolong

The flavor of this smooth floral tea from the mountains of the Fujian province is enhanced with the flavor of milk. Relax an ... more

Ti  Kuan Yin

Ti Kuan Yin

Further oxidized than the Jade Oolong, this Ti Kuan Yin has a more steely-colored dry leaf. As it unfurls, the evidence of o ... more

Monkey Picked Oolong

Monkey Picked Oolong

Though it makes for a wonderful story, monkeys did not climb into the trees to pick this tea. That does not take away from t ... more

Single Trunk Phoenix Oolong

Single Trunk Phoenix Oolong

This is an intriguing and complex offering from the Phoenix mountains. The first infusion imparts a floral smooth sweet flav ... more

Ginseng Oolong

Ginseng Oolong

We first discovered this classic oolong at a Gong Fu Chinese tea ceremony. This particular tea is a special find, as it is c ... more

Rou Gui Oolong Rock Tea

Rou Gui Oolong Rock Tea

This Oolong tea grows in small patches in the rocky areas of Wuyi Province of China. Rou Gui has a twisted leaf that imparts ... more

Jade Oolong

Jade Oolong

This tea lives in two worlds. Its short oxidation period means that it retains some green tea flavor, but it has a Taiwan oo ... more

Dark Goddess Oolong

Dark Goddess Oolong

And now for something completely different! The Dark Goddess has brought together Chinese oolong methods and tea from an are ... more

Tung Ting Oolong

Tung Ting Oolong

From the central mountains of Taiwan, this oolong is partially oxidized to give a full floral taste. Tightly rolled, you wil ... more

Tung Ting Oolong Charcoal Roasted

Tung Ting Oolong Charcoal Roasted

Our traditional oolong is given to an artisan and is roasted using fruitwood to yield a caramelized sweetness. A rare find i ... more

Shui Hsein Oolong

Shui Hsein Oolong

Roughly translated as Water Sprite, this long leaf beauty comes to us from the famous Fujian province of China. The liquor i ... more

Rolling Thunder Oolong

Rolling Thunder Oolong

A softly sweet cup with the slight astringency you would expect from a first flush tea. This oolong comes to us from the Doke ... more