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Oolong Tea

Oolong teas are semi oxidised, so fall somewhere between black and green teas. Though traditionally from southern China and Taiwan over the last few years several estates in Darjeeling have begun developing great quality Oolongs. There are many Oolongs to choose from and they can vary distinctively in their levels of oxidation ranging from a light to a fuller oxidation.


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Tie Guan Yin, Wangjia Estate

Our organic Tie Guan Yin is a lightly oxidised tea from the Fujian province of China. Gentle and refreshing it is also known as Iron Goddess of Mercy and Iron


From £6.30 for 50g More Information


Darjeeling Oolong, Liza Hill Estate

This rare and beautiful Oolong from Darjeeling is a wonderfully gentle and refreshing tea. Oolong teas are semi oxidised, falling between black and green, and this Oolong tea from the Liza Hill estate is closer to a Darjeeling black tea. Traditionally Oolongs come from Taiwan and southern China but as they have gained popularity so a number of estates in India have begun to offer them.

From £5.90 for 50g More Information