Oolong tea lemon apricot
Dongaao Oolong Tea
Dongaao Oolong, also known as blue tea, is very subtle and has an exquisite depth. This blend of rare high quality teas (China Oolong, Golden Black Tea, Pi Lo Chun Longkou) is enhanced with a lemon-apricot fragrance. Lemon peel, basil and carrot are also present.
Time of day
All day long
12-15g / L
China Oolong, lemon peel, carrot, natural flavor, China Golden Black Tea, basil, Golden Yunnan OP black tea.
Lemon Oolong tea: a lively and aromatic tea
In this blend of rare teas, the woody character ofOolong blends perfectly with the lively, full-bodied notes of lemon and the fruity sweetness ofapricot. The delicate herbal flavor of Golden Black Tea and Pi Lo Chun Longkou round out this aromatic palette. This lively and fruity tea evokes lemon liqueur. Its notes of basil and lemon blossom transport us to the gardens of Sicily!
Benefits and virtues of Lemon Oolong tea
Naturally rich in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants, Oolong tea and black tea help fight against cellular aging. Regular consumption would prevent heart disease and improve brain capacity. Oolong tea is a semi-fermented product that is very beneficial for the intestinal flora. Its capacities are, moreover, reinforced by the presence of lemon and basil.
Some tips for a perfect tasting of lemon Oolong tea:
- To release all the flavors of the tea, the infusion time is essential! So remember to respect the description on the bag.
- Choose pure or filtered water, it should be neither too hard nor too soft.
- The choice of the teapot is also important: depending on the material it is made of, a teapot will reveal the flavors differently. There are two types of teapots: those with memory (made of clay), which retain the taste of the teas brewed in them, and those without memory (made of cast iron, porcelain or glass).
- In summer, dare to enjoy it iced! Let your tea steep for 45 minutes in water at room temperature to extract all the flavors.
How to prepare lemon oolong tea?
For an optimal tasting of your tea:
- adjust the water temperature( ideally80°C );
- respect the recommended infusion time (between 2 and 4 minutes depending on the intensity you want);
- measure your tea with a tea ball or a non-chlorinated filter;
- let your tea brew covered: the aromas will be preserved.
How much lemon oolong tea should I use?
In order to enjoy a balanced aroma, the dosage is important:
- For a cup: pour a teaspoon (about 3 g) of tea into your tea ball.
- In a teapot: pour between 4 and 5 teaspoons (12 to 15 g) of tea per liter of water.
What is the ideal brewing temperature for lemon oolong tea?
Heat your water to an ideal temperature of 80°C (the water should simmer but not boil).
When to drink lemon oolong tea?
This lively and aromatic tea is ideal to start the day, the dominant citrus note brings freshness and dynamism. Low in caffeine, it can also be enjoyed in the evening, after a meal.
Advantages of loose lemon Oolong tea
Packaged in its zip bag, Lemon Oolong tea keeps all its qualities, the fragile leaves of the tea being better preserved. Protected from oxidation, it keeps its freshness and flavor longer. And for an even better preservation, choose a tea box!