Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea

The word oolong comes from Chinese, and literally translates to ‘black dragon’ in English. Like many other types of tea, oolong teas originated in China. The traditional Chinese processing methods for oolong were exported to other countries – especially Taiwan – by Chinese travellers.

 

Some of the most famous Chinese oolongs include Ti Kuan Yin (Murchie’s carries a light, fragrant Ti Kuan Yin, a roasted Ti Kuan Yin, and Hairy Crab – which is similar to Ti Kuan Yin but comes from a nearby province) and Da Hong Pao or Big Red Robe, which is a highly prized and very expensive oolong. Murchie’s Ginseng Oolong is also from China.

 

Taiwan – previously known as Formosa (which means Beautiful) – is famous for oolongs such as Oriental Beauty and Dong Ding.I challenge everyone

 

Oolongs Teas are unique due to processing. They are semi-fermented and fall between un-fermented green tea and fermented black tea in intensity. The leaves are formed into one of two styles. Some are rolled into long curly leaves, while others are 'wrap-curled' into small beads, each with a tail. The former style is the more traditional of the two.

 

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  1. Ginseng Oolong Tea

    Ginseng Oolong Tea

    Murchie's Ginseng Oolong - Oolong leaves rolled and dipped in ginseng powder for an extra boost. This tea has a floral aroma and a unique sweet-tart flavour with a lingering aftertaste.

    Medium Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  2. Hairy Crab Oolong Tea

    Hairy Crab Oolong Tea

    Murchie's Hairy Crab Oolong, named for its leaves, which are serrated like a hairy crustacean, this oolong is delicate, refreshing and incredibly fragrant. An excellent introductory oolong.

    Light/Delicate Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  3. High Roast Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea

    High Roast Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea

    Murchie's High Roast Ti Kuan Yin Oolong from Anxi in Fujian province, China, is roasted over wood and charcoal fires to achieve a unique colour and flavour which is less floral and more grainy and toasty than classic Ti Kuan Yin.

    Unique and flavourful, this is an Oolong for every connoisseur to try!

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  4. Lemon Sorbet Oolong

    Lemon Sorbet Oolong - NEW

    Murchie's Lemon Sorbet Oolong is a refreshing blend of zesty-sweet lemon and creamy vanilla with oolong and green teas.

    Medium Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  5. Milk Oolong Tea

    Milk Oolong Tea

    Murchie's Milk Oolong Tea - Intricately processed Fujian Oolong is steamed and rolled with milk to create an incredibly creamy tea.

     Light/Delicate Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  6. Oolong Tea Bars

    Oolong Tea Bars

    Murchie's Oolong Tea Bars - made from leaves that are more lightly oxidized than traditional Shui Hsien and briefer roasting, resulting in a more floral cup. The bars are simply made from compacted leaves. This is a very old method once used to transport tea as bars or bricks did not take up as much room.

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  7. Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea

    Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea

    Murchie's Oriental Beauty Oolong - a hand-rolled Formosa Silver Tip Oolong with a unique orchid aroma with peach and honey notes and distinctive dark leaves with silver tips.Complex and compelling.

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  8. Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea

    Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea

    Murchie's Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea is known for its many layers of flavour, which unfold during consecutive steepings. It has an aroma reminiscent of fine wine and creamy, sweet, floral flavour.

    Light/Delicate Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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