Dung Ting Oolong Large Leaf Teabags

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Oolong Tea
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  • “1 teabag used. It is a pyramid tea bag. Small rolled leaves unfurl and expand across multiple brews. It is unfortunate that it is not mentioned on the packaging that this tea can be brewed multiple...” Read full tasting note
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From Whittard of Chelsea

Origin: Taiwan
Leaf: Oolong
Taste: Fragrant and sweet
Drink: Without milk
Brew: 3-5 minutes according to taste
When to drink: Throughout the day

The semi-fermented leaves of oolong lie somewhere between a green and a black tea. Their delicious and unique character ranks them as some of the best teas in the world.

Dung Ting Oolong originates from the Dung Ting mountain range in Taiwan. It has a fantastic fragrant taste, full of flavour with a lingering sweet aftertaste that makes it perfect for drinking throughout the day.

Whittard’s superior tea pyramids are made from sheer bio-degradable mesh. This allows the whole leaves to infuse perfectly in your cup, offering the refined taste you get from tea leaves but with all the convenience of a teabag.

Also a winner of the 2013 Great Taste Awards *

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1 teabag used.

It is a pyramid tea bag. Small rolled leaves unfurl and expand across multiple brews. It is unfortunate that it is not mentioned on the packaging that this tea can be brewed multiple times. It would be easy to brew it once and throw it out unaware that it has more brews left in it.

~5 minutes, as instructed.

Full flavoured, lingering sweetness. The sweetness is at the back of the throat. I would say that this is not as fresh tasting as the Dayuling from zen8tea.

8 minutes – The sweetness coats the mouth.

~15 minutes – A sugar-like sweetness on top of a hearty-sweet deeper sweetness.

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