Integrally, this tea represents the median between black and green tea as it is semi-oxidised. It can lean towards either the ‘black’ or ‘green’ end of the spectrum, as its oxidation scale can range from anywhere between 8% to 85%. Effectively a hybrid, it can simultaneously possess the salubrious characteristics of green tea and the richness and robustness of black tea. After oxidation, which is carefully monitored, the leaves are curled and twisted, giving them a distinct appearance.
London Tea Exchange are very proud to present this unique collection which includes tasty Oolongs from different parts of the world including Thailand, Taiwan, India, China and Vietnam. We hope you enjoy.
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