This tea is made by allowing fresh leaves to mature to a semi-fermented stage before they are dried, which producing the best of green and black tea flavors. Even after 2-3 brews, it retains its flavor.
Oolong tea (also known as Wu-long tea) is a semi-oxidized tea that has many different processing methods. As a result, the infusion may produce a reddish brown, green, or even orange hue. Since oolong teas are semi-fermented, the tea leaves contain a wide variety of polyphenolic compounds that are very beneficial to our body.
This light golden brown tea has an initial flavor of roasted nuts and a strong lasting, sweet and roasted tang.