Oolong teas are partially fermented teas often served in Chinese restaurants. Oolong flavors are deeper than green teas but lighter than black teas.
Ti Kuan Yin - 4 oz$11.00Ti Kuan Yin, China oolong.
A distinctive light cup with hints of orchid-like flavor. Sout, crinkly leaves that unfurl in boiling water to give greeny-brown lace-edged leaves. The leaves will give several infusions. One of China's most sought-after teas. A very special tea for special occasions. Drink along without milk or sugar. Excellent for quiet moments.
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Important to note, there are many types of tea in the major tea categories and the brewing time will differ. Test within the recommended times. The average amount of tea is a level tea spoon per cup. Herbal teas may require a heaping tea spoon. White – 2-4 minutes Green - Japanese (steamed tea) 2 – 2 ½ some can be 3 minutes – China (fired/roasted) 2-3 minutes some can be 4 minutes. Important to remember not to boil the water. If tea taste bitter it has brewed to long, add more tea and adjust your brewing time within the suggested range. Oolong – depending on the leaves, brewing time can range from 2-7 minutes, on an average 4 minutes. Black – 3-5minutes – some black tea such as Darjeeling, which is a delicate tea, use a shorter time – 2 -2 ½ minutes Herbal tea /Tisanes come from many different types plants - flowers, herbs, roots, spices, and fruit, so they require different brew times. Averaging between 3-7 minutes.
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