- TEA INFORMATION -
Korean Oolong Tea is grown semi-wild in a bamboo forest high up within the Jirisan National Park to maintain the optimal daylight and humidity for the leaves.
Korean Oolong Tea follows the Taiwan's processing methods. It is carefully crafted to start the oxidation process that characterises black teas, but skilfully controlled to release the floral and fruity aromas of the leaf before the richer tannins are revealed. To compare with Korean Hwang tea the Oolong is more gentler and delicate.
Full bodied and complex while maintaining the brightness and soft tannins of a Spring tea. This tea is low in tannins but very delicate in flavour.
The first infusions are delicate and nutty leading to dark caramels and rich fruit. Delicious served with savoury food.
If you are looking for something a little different, you will not be disappointed.
Full bodied and complex while maintaining the brightness and soft tannins of a Spring tea. A gentle and a very smooth and unique taste, similar to a fine Whiskey.
How to Make a Great Cup of Tea:
Infuse for 20-30 seconds, tasting regularly.
For the best infusion use 80°C (195°F) water.
Use 2 - 4g of tea per 150ml of water.
You can infuse this tea at least four times. With each careful infusion, different subtleties of flavour are revealed.