Our Organic Milk Oolong tea owes its name to its light creamy flavour. This tea boasts great health benefits, and would also be perfect as an afternoon tea!
Milk Oolong Tea is the most famous type of Loose Oolong Tea! We can offer you our Organic Milk Oolong Tea, that owes its name to its light, creamy and flowery taste which is sometimes compared to milk. This type of tea originated in Taiwan in the 1980s. As you can guess from its name, this type of Loose Oolong Tea consists of solely organic ingredients.
Our Organic Milk Oolong Tea contains a relatively low theine level. Therefore, it would be an excellent choice for an afternoon tea! It could even be taken in the evening!
The production process for this type of tea includes causing the plant to wither under strong sun and fermenting the leaves prior to curling and twisting. Milk Oolong tea, also known as Jin Xuan tea, originated . It owes its name to its light, creamy and flowery taste which is sometimes compared to milk. Our Organic Milk Oolong tea is composed only of organic ingredients and, due to its reduced caffeine level, is an excellent option for afternoon tea, and it could even be taken in the evening.
Loose Oolong Tea
Strictly speaking, Loose Oolong Tea is not a type of Green Tea. However, it is very close to green tea. That is why we took the liberty to include it into our Loose Leaf Green Tea category.
On the other hand, its production process for this type of tea includes causing the plant to wither under strong sun and fermenting the leaves prior to curling and twisting. Yes, Loose Oolong Tea does undergo oxidation, that is commonly associated with black tea. That is why it cannot be fully considered a green tea. However, Loose Oolong Tea is a slightly oxidised tea, while black tea is a fully oxidized one. Therefore, Loose Oolong Tea is very close to green tea in its characteristics, taste, liquor and health benefits.
Loose Oolong Tea originates from the Fujian Province, more precisely from the Wuyi mountains. So, like many teas from this region (including Lapsang Souchong Tea), Loose Leaf Oolong tea belongs to a group of Bohea teas.
In addition to our Organic Milk Oolong Tea we have other Loose Oolong Tea types. Milk Oolong Tea is a classic type of Loose Oolong Tea. However, should you wish to discover something more original, why don’t you give our Oolong Loose Leaf Tea “Guardian Angel”. This tea is full of character, taste… and health benefits!
Finally, would you like to enjoy our Organic Milk Oolong Tea and not have to wash your teapot afterwards? Then you might like to discover our collection of tea accessories, that will make your tea tasting more convenient and pleasurable!
Organic Milk Oolong Tea
Tea type: Loose Oolong Tea
Feature: Organic (BIO)
Ingredients: Oolong Tea Organic, Flavour
Flavour: Milk, creamy, sweet
2g/200ml 80 °C 3-5 minutes
Lina P –
Possibly not my cup of tea.