Ceylon Moragalla Oolong is a strongly fermented Oolong tea with a taste almost similar to black tea.
The Moragalla plantation is located in the historic Galle district in the south of Sri Lanka and is known for producing the best oolong teas.
Amber Oolong is a tea speciality from the golden triangle in Thailand. Here, the highest quality tea bushes from Taiwan (Formosa) were cultivated, whose teas enjoy the highest reputation around the world.
Thailand Amber Oolong comes from the mountain region around Doi Mae Salong. It grows at altitudes of up to 1,800 m. The leaf is fermented only very briefly, then rolled tightly and pressed into balls. In the cup it glows like saffron.
Ginseng Oolong is a speciality from China, made by blending the finest large-leaf oolong tea with powdery ground ginseng. Ginseng Oolong glows copper-red in the cup and pampers your palate with multi-layered aromas. Ginseng Oolong is called Lan Gui Ren Oolong in China.
IngredientsOolong tea, ginseng root, liquorice root
For our Kwai Flower Oolong, fragrant osmanthus blossoms are blended with the finest Chinese oolong tea. The flowery, fruity aroma of the oolong and the peachy taste of the osmanthus blossom combine to create a delicious flavour composition.
IngredientsOolong tea, osmanthus blossoms
Milky Oolong is a speciality from the Chinese province of Fujian, where the finest Oolong tea leaves are steamed with milk steam.The production process is still done entirely by hand.The special process gives this tea an incomparable caramel aroma and warms the soul.IngredientsOolong tea, may contain traces of lactose
China Oolong Jasmin is a semi-fermented tea from China with dewy jasmine flowers. This tea has a fine, fragrant flavour with spicy notes.
Jasmine tea is a Chinese speciality that enjoys great popularity all over the world today. Jasmine tea was invented in the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD), originally to enhance inferior tea qualities. It is thus considered the oldest flavoured tea in the world.
CaffeineChina Oolong Jasmine contains about 1.5% caffeine.IngredientsOolong tea, jasmine blossoms
Ti Kuan Yin is one of the most important oolong teas from China. This tea grows near the city of Anxi in the province of Yunnan and uses a special variety of the tea plant. Ti Kuan Yin is harvested exclusively in April and May, because this is when the best results are achieved. Ti Kuan Yin is a rather green Oolong, which means that the leaves are only briefly fermented. The EGCG concentration corresponds to about 1.0% of the leaf weight.
This oolong speciality is something special because white tea is used as the basis. Very many white downy buds are further treated very gently and transformed into a top class hand-rolled oolong.
IngredientsOolong tea from controlled organic cultivation
Dark Pearl Oolong is an oolong speciality from Taiwan (Formosa), which grows in the Tai Tung region in the east of the island. Here, climatic conditions are excellent; thanks to abundant rainfall and many hours of sunshine. Leaves and buds are picked and processed by hand. Repeated rolling gives the tea leaves their characteristic pearl shape. Tai Tung Oolong is one of the longer fermented qualities, with a bright amber cup and intense aroma.
Dong Ding Oolong is one of the most important teas in the world and comes from the south of Taiwan (today's Formosa). The famous Dong Ding Oolong has been produced here on a small plantation on the slopes of Mount Dong Ding in Nantou Province since 1855. The production takes place entirely by hand. The evenly rolled leaf shows only a hint of fermentation.
Besides China, Formosa (today's Taiwan) is also known for its oolong teas. This oolong tea comes from the highland plains of Taiwan. It is wilted in the sun after plucking. It is a rather black oolong, which means that the fermentation is relatively advanced.
Milky Oolong is a speciality from the Chinese province of Fujian, where the finest Oolong tea leaves are steamed with milk steam. The production process is still done completely by hand. The special process gives this tea an incomparable aroma of caramel and warms the soul.
IngredientsOolong tea, brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnuts), flavouring, sweet blackberry leaves, cinnamon bark, maple sugar, marigold blossoms, rose petals
For this oolong tea, the finest Chinese oolong is blended with the peels of sun-ripened oranges and refined with natural orange blossom oil.
CaffeineThis tea contains no caffeine.IngredientsSemi-fermented tea, orange blossom, orange peel, natural flavouring.
Its name Bao Zhong means "folded in white paper" and comes from its production process, in which the leaves are folded before roasting.Grown in mountainous areas, this "Yan Cha" rock tea originally comes from the Wu Yi Shan mountains in Fujian. This Oolong tea has a degree of oxidation that lies between that of green and black tea leaves, resulting in a rich and light, strong flavour.You will receive 80 g in a pretty metal tin.
IngredientsBlue green tea * (China)* Ingredient from organic cultivation.
A fruit basket full of red berries consisting of strawberry, currant and raspberry meets finest oolong tea from Taiwan.
CaffeineThis tea contains no caffeine.IngredientsOolong tea, elderberries, flavouring, currants, raspberries, strawberry pieces
This speciality comes from Vietnam, where today oolong teas of the highest quality are produced. The tea bushes harvested for the production of the 4 Season Oolong are already 25 years old. The harvest takes place four times a year, always at the beginning of the new season (spring, summer, autumn, winter). At the end of the year, the 4 batches are blended into a "cuvé". 4 Seasons Oolong is a rather short fermented Oolong tea.