Today’s cup is a generic Oolong Tea from YamaMotoYama.
Today’s cup is a Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea from PeLi Teas.
Here is another tea I acquired while at the World Tea Expo this year. This one is a tea grown right here in the USA! This Kaiwiki Oolong from Moonrise Tea in Hawaii is smooth and easy to drink.
It seems oolong teas are all the rage right now. They’re being grown in Hawaii and New Zealand as well as Nepal and most of these oolong teas are wonderful! This rule stands true for this Himalayan Jade oolong tea from SAFA Himalaya.
Oolongs can be some of the most wonderful teas in the world. They’re smooth and ephemeral. This wonderful Taiwanese oolong created near the Shan Lin Shi refuge from Naivetea is very pleasant to drink.
Taiwan is to Oolongs what Argentina is to Yerba Mate. They’re synonymous with one another. It’s just that simple. This Dong Ding Oolong from Naivetea meets or exceeds expectations.
Oolong. It’s as synonymous with Taiwanese tea as Apple Pie and Baseball are to the United States. Also known as Oriental Beauty this tea from Naivetea has nuance and character anyone can enjoy.
One of the most defining and wonderful developments from this year’s World Tea Expo was encountering Zealong. The New Zealand grower-producer-seller of New Zealand Oolong makes a unique and wonderful product.
I have been on an Oolong kick of late. There’s something I’ve been drawn to. Perhaps it’s the added nuance of changing flavors or maybe it’s the promise of multiple steeps to keep me going. Whatever it is, this Light Roast Iron Buddha Oolong tea from Kokomo Tea sure fits in well.
Almost all oolong teas come from China or Taiwan. So it’s always a bit neat when you find one from somewhere else. This Himalayan Night from Jun Chiyabari is a Nepalese oolong, and I have to say, I like it.