Oolong Tea

Oolong tea, also known as blue tea, is a semi-fermented tea that comes from plantations in the Fujian region of China. It is characterized by a woody flavor and a yellow color when brewed. The oolong tea is a rarity highly sought after by Chinese tea lovers. Halfway between green tea and black tea, it is one of the most consumed teas in Asia.

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Our oolong teas and all the blue tea compositions we offer come from confidential plantations in the Chinese province of Fujian or Taiwan, another great oolong tea producing country. All our high quality products are cultivated according to the strict rules necessary to guarantee you a remarkable quality.

Oolong tea, a semi-fermented tea from China

Oolong tea, also known as "Wulong" or " blue tea ", is in fact a semi-fermented tea. Originating from China and widely consumed in Asia, it seduces by its chestnut taste and its low caffeine content. Its intensity is somewhere between green and black tea, and it allows you to make tasty and very original blends.

What are the benefits of oolong tea?

Blue tea comes from the tea plant. It is neither a green tea nor a black tea, it is a semi-fermented tea. The caffeine content of Oolong tea is therefore low. One of the particularities of Oolong tea is the presence of cis-jasmone and cis-methyl jasmonate in its composition. In addition to the inherent benefits of tea, these substances, identical to the fragrant molecules of jasmine, give it anxiolytic properties.

How to prepare a wulong?

The oxidation of Oolong tea can be more or less pronounced. Chinese teas have a low oxidation and are close to green tea. Oolong teas from Taiwan are more strongly oxidized and have a dark color and woody notes. Oolong tea is a tea for aging that improves with time. It is one of the rare teas that can be brewed several times, provided it is of good quality. For an ideal infusion, count 2 to 4 minutes in water at 80°.