As oolong tea is a category of 25 to 75% oxidized tea, you can imagine how diverse the tea would turn out. Oolongs are typically known to be very fragrant and have a nice, sweet aftertaste. Our Oolong tea tastes floral, mineral, fruity and creamier. It is a spectacular agent of weight loss, and also promotes a healthy immune system. Oolong’s taste is unique, found in the place between green and black tea, and is built from skill and time. We take some additional steps to create tea extract from it, allowing its flavor and aroma to melt inward with every sip. Oolong tea making is one of the skills that is hardly captured and is now listed as a heritable craft. The Tie Guan Yin variety in particular is regarded as one of the most elegant of teas—and is notable for how much it breaks down the long chains of fats that it comes in contact with. The aftertaste remains with every breath for a satisfying feeling of closure. Oolong is one of the teas that takes the most amount of effort to create, and that hard work becomes a profound experience.