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Pure Dark Oolong

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Smooth and slightly sweet; toasty with a touch of dryness.

Oolong means semi oxidized. After rolling, the tea is allowed to ferment only until the edges of the leaves start to turn brown. The tea is then fired which arrests the oxidizing process and captures the interesting character associated with Oolong tea.

Thumbnail of Wuyi Rock | Organic
With a nutty, roasted, flavor and sweet undertones, this WuYi makes a wonderful iced tea, perfect for the summer.This tea is grown in the WuYi Mountains of the Fujian Province, where the warm moisture and high elevation is perfect for producing this delightful Oolong.

If you've heard WuYi tea in reference to weight loss, that's because it is packed with powerful antioxidants and polyphenols, which some believe promote healthy weight loss.

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With a nutty, roasted, flavor and sweet undertones, this oolong is a cut above our Wuyi Rock oolong, being the most intense oolong we carry. This is not surprising given the name translation of Da Hong Pao - Big Red Robe. This tea is grown in the WuYi Mountains of the Fujian Province, where the warm moisture and high elevation is perfect for producing this delightful Oolong.
Thumbnail of Shangri-La Oolong | Organic
This premium loose leaf oolong tea offers a baked, biscuit-y aroma with high notes of pepper. The full-bodied brew features smooth woodland flavors, with a touch of caramel, malt, and a subtle hint of verdant green qualities.