Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is a collective name for a partially oxidized tea. Fujian, Guangdong and Taiwan are the areas of origin of Oolong tea.

It could be divided into 3 categories according to its degree of oxidation: light, medium and strong. The medium and strong oxidized Oolong teas are often roasted. Roasting gives a caramelized character with a smell and taste of ripe fruit. While the lightly oxidized Oolong has a milder character and a refreshing floral aroma. 

Oxidation and roasting produce an incredible spectrum of tastes and characteristics and endless possibilities. It is a fascinating world. 


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Shanlinxi (High Mountain) Winter Oolong

Shanlinxi teagarden locates is at the East side of Zhushan (Nantou) and belongs to one of the most beautiful tea area in Taiwan, in particular for Oolong. Here, the main cultivar is Qing Xin Oolong, and the freshly harvested leaves are processed in the factory within 20 Min drive from the garden. This harvest was the last harvest of the year 2018 in the beginning of Winter. It was completely handpicked and has an intensive taste, very refreshing, smooth and round. 

Jahrgang: 2018 Winter

3.25 *
100 g = 32.50 €

Mi Xiang Oolong - roasted over woodfire

3.42 *
100 g = 34.20 €

Taoyuan Four Seasons Oolong

Product no.: TW-TYFS-2017
from 2.45 *
100 g = 24.50 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Huang Jin Gui (green) 2021

Product no.: CN-HJG
from 19.50 *
100 g = 39.00 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Anxi Tieguanyin (medium) roasted

Product no.: CN-TGY-MR

Anxi is the home of Tieguanyin. Tieguanyin is not only the name of a tea, at the same time, it is also the name of a tea plant, and a specific method of tea making for this particular tea. The traditional Tieguanyin making is very complicated and extremely time consuming. This Tieguanyin is purposely only up to halfway roasted (using woodfire flame) in order to retain the flowery character, as well as to modify the sweetness, depth and texture of the end product. Compare to those green style Tieguanyin, traditional oxidation rules were applied to make sure adequate oxidation is achieved, which you could clearly see in its infusion's colour. It is a very balanced tea of keeping the goodies of both traditional and conventional styles.

Year of harvest: 2016 Spring

 
from 2.94 *
100 g = 29.40 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Anxi Tieguanyin (heavy) roasted

Product no.: CN-TGY-R

Anxi is the home of Tieguanyin. Tieguanyin is not only the name of a tea, at the same time, it is also the name of a tea plant, and a specific method of tea making for this particular tea. The traditional Tieguanyin making is very complicated and extremely time consuming. This Tieguanyin follows the traditional way of roasting (using woodfire flame) to futher intensivefy the sweetness, depth, texture, as well as the fruitiness of the end product. 

Year of harvest: 2020 Autumn

from 3.50 *
100 g = 35.00 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Premium Roasted Anxi Oolong

Product no.: CN-AXO
from 12.61 *
100 g = 25.22 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Lao Cong Dan Cong

Product no.: CN-DC02

Dan Cong Oolong tea is a synonym of which are from Guangdong province in China and is a specialty of this region. "Lao Cong" means old trees, in this case, this Dan Cong is made from White Leaf Dan Cong trees that are between 50-60 years old. The tea garden is located in Wu Dong Mountain within the Fenghuang area. This Dan Cong has a very special aroma and taste which can only be found from old Dan Cong trees. It is mellow, beautiful rosy aroma and a special sweetness which reminds of sherry/port wine. It is a very special Dan Cong. 

Harvest: 2014 

from 3.48 *
100 g = 34.80 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Wuyi Tie Luo Han 2014

Product no.: CN-TLH

This tea is from Fujian Wuyi Mountains. It has a delicate fruity sweetness. After the first drop of a comfortable dryness that remains on the back of the palate, a hint of sweetness lingers pleasantly in the mouth and throat.

Year of harvest: 2014

from 3.88 *
100 g = 38.80 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Zheng Yan Beidou Da Hong Pao 2015

Product no.: CN-BD-2015
from 4.76 *
100 g = 47.60 €

can be shipped within 1-4 days

Rock Da Hong Pao (original)

Product no.: CN-DHP02
from 4.25 *
100 g = 42.50 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Wuyi Da Hong Pao #105 (traditional)

Product no.: CN-DHP03

As describe in its name, this Da Hong Pao is produced according to the old traditional method, and is relatively stronger roasted, which the smoky aroma becomes the first impression of the tea, when the dry tea first hold close to the nose. However, this is just the mask of its real face. When prepared in a correct way, a misterious flowery aroma and a mineral taste will unfold in your palate.

Harvest: 2010 Spring

from 3.50 *
100 g = 35.00 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Wuyi Da Hong Pao #105 (low fire)

Product no.: CN-DHP01
from 2.89 *
100 g = 28.90 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Zheng Yan Rougui 2015

Product no.: CN-RG-2015
from 26.45 *
100 g = 52.90 €

can be shipped within 1-4 days

Wuyi Rou Gui (Premium)

Product no.: CN-RG
from 3.63 *
100 g = 36.30 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Wuyi Shui Xian (Premium)

Product no.: CN-SX02
from 3.50 *
100 g = 35.00 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Wuyi Shui Xian

Product no.: CN-SX01

It comes from the Wuyi Mountain Region, like Da Hong Pao, it belongs to the rock tea family. It is made in its traditional way, which means more roasting is involved. The roasted aroma masked however its beautiful flowery fragrance, therefore the first infusion is recommended to discard or as fertilizer for you flower bed. Oolongs of its traditional style are usually stronger roasted for its more prolonged shelf-life. Behind the its smoky mask, unfolds a nice, creamy and caramelized character in the teacup.

Harvest: 2012 Spring

from 2.40 *
100 g = 24.00 €

can be shipped within 1-3 days
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