Packed in a vacuum sealed pouch to preserve freshness.
Osmanthus Oolong Tea is produced by scenting Oolong tea with fresh Osmanthus flowers. Combining the sweet Osmanthus fragrance with the fruity Oolong tea is a great creation, as it gives this tea a sweet peachy summer flavor. To add to the fragrance and peachy taste, our organic Osmanthus Oolong also contains dried organic Osmanthus flowers. The result is a delicious Oolong which matches perfectly with a high afternoon tea.
Iced, with honey, it makes a fantastic drink. Hot, the sweet fragrance of osmanthus flowers infuse into the air, and renders a spring atmosphere.
From one Oolong to another, great tastes are to be encountered during our tea adventures. Tea is like music, with complex symphonies played by vegetal, flowery, roasted and fruity aromas.
Osmanthus Oolong is great for Oolong novices, or for anybody used to drink tea with some sweet addictions.
|Flavor||Osmanthus flower, flower scents|
|Aroma||Flower, osmanthus, milky Oolong|
|Origin||Chiang Rai province, Thailand|
|Picking style||Hand Picked|
|Elevation||600 to 800 meters|
Brewing tea is a wonderful alchemy. It requires you to use your “six senses” to understand the tea harmony. By paying attention to time and water temperature, you will optimize the brewing up to the desired taste. Of course, it differs from one tea to another, as well as the vessel to be used. For a great tasting experience, a gaiwan or a yixing clay teapot are incontestable accessories. Practice is the key.
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them” - Aristotle
150 to 200 ml
500 ml to 750 ml
|Amount of tea
(1 t.s = 7 to 9 grams)
|5 to 8 g||10 to 12 g|
|Water temperature||95 °C||95 °C|
|First infusion||45 sec||1 mn to 1: 30 mn|
|Second infusion||10 sec||1 mn|
|Third infusion||10 sec||45 sec|
|Remaining infusions can be brewed for a longer period of time.|