High Mountain Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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  • “Enjoyable bottled tea. No sweetener and the tea has a wonderfully fruity finish. The bottle I got was a little too tannic, but that might just have been a refrigeration problem.” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is easily the best iced oolong I've had that I didn't make myself. Most bottled oolongs I've had before are more oxidized and I prefer greener oolongs. This one is nicely green - not overly...” Read full tasting note
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From Cha Dao

Premium, unsweetened tea from the Taiwanese oolong leaves

All black tea is simply oxidized green tea and the delightful Oolong is the halfway point between them. The term means “black dragon” in Chinese and may refer to the celestial taste that results from waking the dark, curled leaves with hot water. Legend also has it that there are ten thousand varieties of Oolong and each estate prepares its own through a complex combination of drying, tumbling and bruising.

We selected this exceptional Oolong grown in the mist shrouded, high mountains of Taiwan to brew up an outstanding, unsweetened tea with 312 mg antioxidant flavonoids to detoxify the body and clarify the mind.

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2 Tasting Notes

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61 tasting notes

Enjoyable bottled tea. No sweetener and the tea has a wonderfully fruity finish. The bottle I got was a little too tannic, but that might just have been a refrigeration problem.

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911 tasting notes

This is easily the best iced oolong I’ve had that I didn’t make myself. Most bottled oolongs I’ve had before are more oxidized and I prefer greener oolongs. This one is nicely green – not overly floral but still sweet. Really good for commercial bottled tea.

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