What’s in it
Oolong tea, natural flavouring.
Where it’s from
This Oolong is grown at a high-altitude on Wuyi Mountain, an enormous volcanic fault structure with deep gorges surrounded by sharp cliffs and cave systems. The tea grows along these steep cliffs.
How it tastes to us
This oolong is rich, smooth and delicately creamy. Since the base is a high mountain oolong, it’s underlying profile is light, sweet and floral.
Why we chose it
This is the best variation on traditional “milk oolong” we have tasted. The natural creaminess of this type of oolong is so elegantly enhanced.
How we steep it
Let your boiling water cool for a few minutes before pouring over the leaves and steeping as the guide above suggests. Oolong can be steeped multiple times, each new steep tasting a little different than the one before.
When we drink it
When we’re ready to slow down. You’ll find you too will take time to breath and relax between sips.
Why we like Sloane Tea
True luxury tea. Sloane Tea exudes elegance and old world charm and has a line-up of premium teas, beautifully packaged. Their teas are sourced, selected and blended by in-house certified tea sommeliers. The director studied perfumery in France, so her blends are amazingly aromatic and skillfully scented and flavoured.