China Oolong Tea by Twinnings

A Oolong Tea from

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66 / 100

Calculated from 5 Ratings
Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Typical Preparation
Set water temperature to 200 °F / 93 °C
Steep for 4 min, 30 sec
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“A review of China Oolong Tea by Twinnings Company: Twinnings Tea Name: China Oolong Tea Type/Varietal: oolong Region: China Steeping Vessel/Amt Leaf: tea bag/ cup Liquor Color: light amber red Leaf...” Read full tasting note
“This tastes very similar to the generic oolong I got from Capital Teas, which I found weak and flat in flavor. Which probably means Twining’s has great quality tea for bagged tea, or Capital Teas...” Read full tasting note
“I recieved a box of various bagged teas for afternoons at work, and this is the first I’m trying. I’ve always been a fan of Twinnings, but I’ve never had anything besides their black and green...” Read full tasting note

Description

R. Twinning and Company Limited
London, England
www.twinningsusa.com

For over 300 years Twinnings has been sourcing and blending the finest high quality teas from around the globe to ensure that your tea has the perfect balance of tea taste. Flavour and aroma Twinnings blends to perfection the finest teas from the world best tea growing regions to give you a line of distinctive teas with a fresh taste and invigorating aroma.

Twinnings London: In 1706 Thomas Twinning began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand, London. Today, Twinnings still sells some of the world’s best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world.

China Oolong Tea
Fine oolong tea from China expertly blended to deliver a refreshing tea with a distinctive taste and aroma.

Oolong tea is sourced from China. It is said that oolong tea first began to be produced a the end of the Ming Dynasty about 400 years ago. Oolong teas are partially oxidized which occurs when the tea leaves are gently shaken. It is this process which gives Twinnings Oolong Tea its reddish appearance and distinctive taste.

Brewing suggestions:
Hot Tea: Pour freshly boiled water over tea bag and allow brewing for 2-4 minutes depending on desired strength. Enjoy sweetened or plain-the choice is yours.

About Twinings of London

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