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2-4 min

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12-15g / L




China oolong, China Sencha green tea, Pai Mu Tan white tea, hibiscus, natural flavor, pomegranate, blueberry flowers, acai.


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A blue oolong tea scented with fruits and flowers

Depending on its production method and oxidation, Fujian Oolong tea offers a variety of taste and aromatic notes. Its delicately rolled leaves give a soft drink, low in theine and without bitterness. Here, the organic semi-oxidized tea is accompanied by pomegranate and acai berries. These fruits subtly acidify the cup and add an exotic and gourmet touch.
We also find hibiscus and cornflowers. They bring color to the blend and floral notes to the infusion. The combination of ingredients offers a golden colored infusion and pleasantly perfumes your cup. Escape for a tea time with the fruity taste and floral notes of this blue Oolong tea.

Benefits and virtues of blue Oolong tea

The semi-oxidized tea leaves, as well as the other ingredients of this blue Oolong tea, offer health benefits. First, Fujian blue teas are a source of antioxidants. They protect your body from free radicals and support your weight loss.
Fruits, pomegranate and acai also contain an excellent amount of antioxidants. As for hibiscus flowers, they are known for their benefits on hypertension, cystitis and intestinal transit. Finally, blueberry helps digestion and soothes minor inflammations.
The marriage of blue tea leaves with the other components allows to prepare a drink that supports the health of the whole family.

Our tasting tips

How to prepare blue oolong tea?

Heat water and take out your teapot, as well as a cup. Place the Chinese Oolong leaves in the filter of the teapot, then pour the water. After 2 to 4 minutes of infusion, pour your drink into the cup and enjoy.

How much blue oolong tea should I use?

To experience the full taste and aromatic notes, prepare 12 to 15 grams of rolled blue tea leaves for one liter of water.

What is the ideal brewing temperature for blue oolong tea?

Blue teas undergo partial oxidation. To release the benefits during infusion, the water does not need to be boiling. A temperature of 80°C is ideal.

When to drink blue Oolong tea?

The production method and the low oxidation of Oolong teas result in a low level of theine. The whole family can therefore enjoy this fragrant blue tea at breakfast, tea time and even in the evening.

The advantages of loose blue Oolong tea

The ingredients are packaged in France to preserve their freshness and quality. In tins or bags, your scented organic blend keeps perfectly.
With each cup, let yourself be transported to Fujian, thanks to the exotic notes of our blue Oolong tea. Once your tin is empty, you can reuse it to store other loose teas.

Why buy your oolong tea on Thés & Traditions?

On our store, stock up on teas for your next Tea Time. We offer a large collection of teas: black tea, white tea, Darjeeling, China tea, etc. Too much choice? Opt for a discovery box. Take advantage of the free delivery for a purchase of 45 euros. You have two options for delivery: at home or in a relay point. Moreover, payment is secured on Thés & Traditions.

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