Wulong (Oolong) tea is made of semi-oxidized buds and leaves of Camellia Sinensis. With wulong, oxidation process is stopped shortly before the tea begins to turn brown. Great skill is required to get the timing just right and preserve the goodness contained in the fresh leaves.
Our wulong teas are sourced from Kunming tea markets.
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Big Red Robe
Big Red Robe is easily one of China’s most interesting teas. The taste of dahongpao is so special that simply watching the faces of people trying it for the first time can be a lot of fun.More info Add to cart
Renshen Wulong7 €
This tea is made of fine wulong tea leaves soaked in the mixture of ground ginseng (renshen) roots and licorice, which makes it a perfect choice for those who appreciate a bit of natural sweetness in their beverages. Ginseng will replenish your energy and help you stay awake and focused.More info Add to cart
High Mountain Wulong
Gaoshan Wulong14 €
Sophisticated lightly oxidized wulong tea from Taiwan. It grows in remote mountainous regions of Taiwan and has a fresh taste with floral overtones. Tieguanyin drinkers will love this tea.More info Add to cart
Iron Goddess of Mercy
A lightly oxidized tea from the Fujian province of China. It has a fresh taste with floral overtones and can quench your thirst and charge you with the positive energy of the sun-bathed valleys of southern China.More info Add to cart
Iron Goddess of Mercy (Roasted)
Tieguanyin (Gaoxiang)6 €
Roasted tieguanyin with a rich warm woody fragrance and exquisite floral overtones characteristic of all heavily oxidized teas in the wulong family.More info Add to cart
For wholesalers and tea aficionados100 €
This service is primarily designed for wholesalers and tea shop / tea room owners who would like to try our teas before purchasing larger amounts for resale. Our sampler pack is a also a good choice tea aficionados who want to try a bit of everything to expand their horizons.More info Add to cart
- In case you don’t find your favorite tea in our shop, contact us and we’ll do our best to source it. Remember, we have offices in Yunnan, the center of Chinese tea trade.