Milk Oolong Tea Bags
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This delightful, hand processed, green oolong is grown high in the Fujian mountains in China. Famous for its “milky” taste and silky texture, this tea has the alluring fragrance of sweet cream and pineapple. The flavor is smooth with light, orchid notes. Great for multiple infusions.
Oolong Tea has less than a quarter the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
Steeping Oolong tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes (if using tea bags) or 5-7 minutes (if using full-leaf.)
Finest milk oolong tea leaves from Fujian province, China
Country of Origin
Fujian Province in China
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
I always shied away from the more delicate teas because it is too easy to burn or over-steep. Not so with this tea. The flavor is complex and delicate, and you don't have to worry about bitter tones if you use too hot water, or if you over-steep.
so so good!
I love my Milk Oolong tea. It's soothing and delicious. I love oolong but with a hint of milk it's like having a calorie free dessert. I'll buy this tea again.
Smooth and refreshing taste
Like the muted flavor. Makes a great ice tea
Sweet and Smooth and Utterly Delicious
I purchased this tea after reading all the positive reviews to see if it was as good as everyone claimed. It is. This tea is so delicious. It has a very mild and sweet flavor, yes and a 'milky' smoothness that so inviting and pleasant. No bitter after taste. Not high on caffeine, so you can drink it before bed and sleep just fine. The first cup I had, I heated up water in the microwave, not boiling, but just before. Then, I put the tea bag in the water. I like my tea strong so I left the tea bag in the cup the whole time I was drinking it (took about 15 minutes for me to finish my cup of tea) and it didn't get strong like I usually like my tea, but it was perfect right before bed. Just perfect. I didn't add honey, like I like, and it didn't need it at all. The only 'complaint' I would have is that the tea didn't get strong like I usually like. However, I imagine that if it were a strong tea the sweet, smooth flavor would suffer. And I would not change that at all.