Oolong tea

Appreciated for their thirst-quenching and soothing properties, Oolongs are semi-oxidised and low in theine, meaning they can be enjoyed throughout the day. Their aromatic palette varies greatly, depending on the degree of oxydation.

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  1. Grand cru
    Indochina Beauty
    Indochina Beauty
    Oolong from Lai Chau, Vietnam
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €38.00
  2. Dong Ding
    Dong Ding
    Oolong from Taiwan
    Starting from
    €19.00
    Dong Ding
    Dong Ding
    Oolong from Taiwan
    100 g pouch
    €19.00
    Dong Ding
    Dong Ding
    Oolong from Taiwan
    500 g pouch
    €90.20
  3. Grand cru
    Ye Lai Xiang Dan Cong
    Ye Lai Xiang Dan Cong
    Oolong from Guangdong, China
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €48.00
  4. Grand Oolong Top Fancy
    Grand Oolong Top Fancy
    OOlong tea from Taiwan
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €16.50
  5. Grand cru
    Jejudo Grand Oolong Imperial
    Jejudo Grand Oolong Imperial
    Oolong tea (oxydation 50-60%) from South Korea
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €42.00
  6. Grand cru
    Wen Shan Bao Zhong Premium
    Wen Shan Bao Zhong Premium
    Ollong tea from Taiwan (oxidation 10-20%), twisted leaves
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €59.00
  7. Lavender - Pure Indulgence
    Lavender - Pure Indulgence
    Flavoured oolong - Floral
    packaging 100 g metal tin
    €15.00 €10.50
  8. Lavender - Pure Indulgence
    Lavender - Pure Indulgence
    Flavoured oolong - Floral
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €12.00
  9. Milky Oolong
    Milky Oolong
    Oolong tea from Thailand
    packaging 100 g pouch
    €15.00

Oolong tea

Oolongs are a speciality of Fujian. They are known as blue-green teas among the Chinese due to the colour of the infused leaves, and have had their oxidation interrupted during processing. There are many Oolongs, which vary according to the growing region, species of tea plant and processing method.