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Oriental Oolong

₹599.00 20pcs

There’s something very elegant in the way the long leaves of Oolong unfurl, releasing a smoky, nutty aroma. Indulge in a cup whenever you want a moment of luxury, and take the time to savour its beautifully balanced flavours. You’ll be in good company, as Oolong was an imperial favourite with Chinese royalty too.

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There’s something very elegant in the way the long leaves of Oolong unfurl, releasing a smoky, nutty aroma. Indulge in a cup whenever you want a moment of luxury, and take the time to savour its beautifully balanced flavours. You’ll be in good company, as Oolong was an imperial favourite with Chinese royalty too.

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Oriental Oolong

  • Product Code: WEIGHT: 20pcs
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  • ₹599.00

  • Ex Tax: ₹599.00

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Indulge in a tea experience

For one cup of Oriental Oolong tea, slip 1 of our oolong tea bags into a teapot. Pour 200 ml of water freshly boiled at 85°C over the teabag and let the infusion steep for 3 minutes. Remove the teabag and savour your warm, toasty brew on its own, as the emperors of China did.
Country of Origin: China
Caffeine Level: High
Here’s to Your Health
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Tasting Notes
  • ‘Smoky, Nutty’
  • The Infusion
  • Aroma: Smoky, Nutty
  • Appearance: Delicate Brown
  • Taste: Smoky with nutty overtones
During the Ming dynasty, monks living on Songluo Mountain in Anhui, China discovered that allowing tea leaves to oxidise partially, before they were pan-fired, created a darker, fragrant tea. This flavourful tea came to be known as Oolong. It grew in popularity rapidly and was declared an Imperial tea by the Emperor Hongwu. Oolong tea is one of the world’s favourite Chinese teas today.
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