Tea dictionary

2015-09-07

OOLONG TEAS

These great teas take their name from the Chinese ‘Wu Long’, which means «Black Dragon», and embodies authority and nobility.

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The most widely known examples are those from Formosa Island (Taiwan), but the real origins are located in the Fujian province. Known as “semi-fermented”, “partially-oxidised”, or even “green-blue teas”, they are halfway between green and black tea; combining the spirited flavor of green tea with the softness of black. With a hugely diverse palette of aromas they offer an experience which never fails to surprise.

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