Milk Oolong Full-Leaf Tea

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$14.25 - Tin - 3.5 ounces / 50 Cups #10092
$54.00 - Bulk - 1 lb/ 200 cups #30092
$13.50 - Refill - 3.5 ounces / 50 Cups #11092
$5.50 - Taster Tin - .71 oz / 10 cups #87092

Cup of Abundance - This delightful, hand-processed green oolong is grown high in the Fujian mountains in China. Famous for its 'milky' taste and silky texture, the large, tightly-rolled leaves have the alluring fragrance of sweet cream and pineapple. The flavor is smooth with light, orchid notes. Great for multiple infusions.

2011 Gourmet Product Award Gold Winner.

2012 Vegetarian Times 2012 Foodie Award Nominee.

Caffeine

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 Instructions

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.)

Ingredients

Finest Milk Oolong tea leaves from the Fujian province

Calories

0

Country of Origin

China

Citizen Reviews
  • 5 Star

Best oolong tea!

5 Stars Best oolong tea!

from MN on wrote:

When I discovered the Republic of Tea, I bought about 30 different teas to see which I like the best. I am an oolong fan, so I tried every oolong I could find. Milk oolong is, by far, my favorite tea with its smooth, milky, flavor. I love it either hot or iced. This is a tea I buy in bulk!

tastie

5 Stars tastie

from MI on wrote:

this is by far one of my favorite tasting oolong varieties. the flavors are complex and can change slightly depending on how hot you have the water. oolong varieties have different tastes/flavors. oolong is unlike green tea where green tea is either good or bad depending on the leaf/plant.

I was suprised by the flavor

5 Stars I was suprised by the flavor

from CA on wrote:

I am very impressed with this tea, I am so glad that I ordered it. Great taste and flavor.

Magical

5 Stars Magical

from MD on wrote:

Every so often you encounter something out in the world that reminds you that magic is real. This tea is one of those things.

Creamy, Mango-y, delicious but is it consistent?

4 Stars Creamy, Mango-y, delicious but is it consistent?

from CA on wrote:

This is my first loose leaf from Republic of Tea. I bought this at Rainbow Grocery for the intense mango smell in the jar. It still smelled like mangos to me in the bag on my way home and whenever I went near it in the kitchen. I'm having a hard time believing that could be natural! I'm drinking the first steep now though and it's delicious. I still think it has the creamy sweetness and aroma of a good juicy creamy ripe mango (not those sad unripe rock-like mangos we mostly get in the USA). My only worry is that this doesn't have any info on where it was grown or the harvest date. Is it a blend? Does it come from various tea plantations? I'm curious about how consistent it is and whether I will always get the same mango-y flavor anytime I purchase "milk oolong" from Republic of Tea. I'll cross my fingers for next time, but for now I'll just enjoy this delicious tea!