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CHINA OOLONG

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Vanilla Oolong

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Coconut Oolong

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  • CHINA OOLONG

    This special wound oolong we call China Oolong has unique notes that one will enjoy from every cup.

    Serving Suggestion:  Serve hot and unsweetened only.

    Brewing Instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 4-5 minutes at 190-195F.  Several good infusions.

    Ingredients:  Oolong tea

    $15.00 $14.00/ 2oz bag

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  • Vanilla Oolong

    This lightly oxidized oolong is smoothed further by the richness of vanilla, with floral and citrusy notes.  Blended by one of the master tea artisans of our world, it is not for the ‘purist’, but simply for people who love tea that tastes amazing.  A customer described it ‘like drinking a vanilla cupcake’ when sweetened.   It doesn’t need sweetness added but, if you do, try my favorite — raw sugar.

    Serving suggestion:   Serve hot, with or without sweetener.

    Brewing Instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 4-5 minutes at 190-195.  Two infusions suggested.

    Ingredients:  Oolong tea, lemon myrtle, marigolds and natural flavors.

    Sourced from a certified organic, Fair Trade supplier.

    $15.00 $14.00/ 2oz bag

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  • Coconut Oolong

    What do you love in an oolong?   Multiple infusions?  Toasty warm flavor?  This has both.  The coconut is quiet but perceptible in this more lightly oxidized organic oolong from one of our favorite sources.  They get it right so often and this has become a favorite oolong of even those who are not fans of flavored tea.   Up to 3 infusions for me, maybe more for you if you want nuances.  Serving Suggestion:  Serve hot or iced, with or without sweetener.  Suggested sweetener – raw sugar or honey.

    Brewing Instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 4-5 minutes at 190-195F.

    Ingredients: (Oolong Tea, coconut flavoring)

    Sourced from a certified organic, Fair Trade supplier.

    $15.00 $14.00/ 2oz bag

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  • Ti Kuan Yin (“Monkey-Picked” Oolong)

    Also known as The Iron goddess of Mercy, this beloved classic oolong gives the toasty, smoky, charcoal-roasted notes so inherent in this tea.

    Serving Suggestion:  Serve hot with no sweetener.

    Brewing Instructions:   Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 4 minutes at 190-195F.  Several infusions possible.

    Ingredients:  Oolong tea

    Sourced from a certified, Fair Trade supplier.

    $15.00 $14.00/ 2oz bag

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WHAT TEA IS...AND ISN'T - THE BASICS

whatisteaTea is from one plant, in simple terms, while herbals are a wide variety, from many different plants.  

WHAT IS 'BLENDING'?

blending-blogSometimes teas or herbals are infused without anything added.  However, in some countries, a more popular infusion is from blending together teas with teas.

IS IT 'STEEPING' OR 'BREWING'?

brew-or-steepIn the world of tea, you hear both terms often.  And there’s really no difference, unless you’re a knit-picker.