Loose Leaf Tea – Oriental Opal
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Ingredients: Mao Xie oolong tea, white peach, white peach essence.
Smooth, Refreshing, Fruity
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Oolong tea is partially oxidised before getting dried, placing it halfway between the strength of black tea and the freshness of green tea. Taiwanese oolongs are darker and fruitier than their Chinese counterparts which are lighter and more vegetal.
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Get 75g of Oriental Opal loose leaf tea in a reusable canister. Each canister yields approximately 25 to 30 cups of tea.
ORIENTAL OPAL oolong tea
Mao Xie oolong tea from China’s Fujian Province is enriched with fruity notes of white peach harvested from orchards in Putian.
Infuse for 3 to 5 minutes in freshly boiled water.
Use Tea Infusers for convenient brewing.
HOT : Use 1 heaped tsp per 250ml.
ICED : Use 2 heaped tsp ( or 1 Gold Scoop ) per 250ml & pour over ice when cool.
COLD BREW: Use 2 heaped tsp ( or 1 Gold Scoop ) per 250ml & infuse in cold water while refrigerated for 4-8 hours.
Remove tea leaves after the recommended infusion duration and enjoy your tea.
Theine Level: High | Moderate | Low | None >> 30-50mg per cup
|Dimensions||7.5 × 7.5 × 11.7 cm|
6 reviews for Loose Leaf Tea – Oriental Opal
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A nice scent with heart and flower shapes .. I will recommend to those who want to try oolong!
The best oolong I’ve tried so far. I love the fruity notes at the end of the sip. Sweet and comforting.
This is the smoothest oolong I’ve tasted in a while, and it’s one I’ll always keep on hand at the house.
This tea is wonderful.very nice smooth flavour. The tea comes in a very nice sturdy package.
One of my favourite oolongs. The flavour is subtle, slightly sweet yet holds up to multiple steeping. I enjoy it all day long, particularly following a meal.
Ah Lam –
A flavorful and complex oolong that is better than your average Chinese restaurant tea.