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Oriental Beauty | Dongfang Meiren

Oriental Beauty | Dongfang Meiren

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One of the most famous Oolongs in the world. It is a high-mountain, heavily fermented tea from Taiwan prized for its rich flavours and history. It is sometimes known as White Tip Oolong or Champagne Oolong. It’s flavour depends heavily on careful and extensive processing. This tea is fermented at approximately  60%.  You will note a floral aroma, amber brown liqour with a taste of ripe fruits and honey. Smooth and Mellow.
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About Oolong Tea

“Oolong teas are partially oxidised teas, which range in oxidisation from a pale green coloured oolong (light oxidization) to a darker brown coloured oolong (roasted style). Oolongs can be found in a ball shape or a twisted leaf, or open leaf, and they can also be baked. It is one of the most complex of tea categories as far as the amount of varying flavours is concerned. Due to the large number of oolongs available, they are an interesting category to create blends from. The tastes can vary—vegetal, fruity, chocolatey, nutty, for example.”

Oolong has two main types ball rolled and light oxidization and strip style and darker oxidisation. The ball rolled type has predominantly light green tea notes spilling over with floral and vegetal flavours. The darker strip style oolong has characteristics of chocolate and toasty notes, both worth the experience.

More About this tea:

Formerly known as Formosa, Taiwan is primarily known for its superb oolong teas, including pouchongs, which could be classified as green teas because they are so lightly oxidised. Tea regions within Taiwan are associated with mountains. In fact, “shan”, which appears in many of the regions’ names, means “mountain” or “mountain range”. Each region is known for its different teas.

Flavour Profile of this tea:

Floral aroma & amber brown liquor with a taste of ripe fruits and honey

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