Dong Ding Ex. Spec. Premium Oolong$11.00 – $37.00
Infamous for its impressive character and refreshing infusion, Dong Ding is one of the most famous Taiwanese Oolongs. Dong Ding Oolong is partially oxidized (30-50%) and then heavily baked for an extended period of time. As a result, it has a darker color than some oolongs in its class, with a ripe, fruity flavour and aroma that has a long linger and full-body.
Milky Oolong$16.00 – $67.00Rated 5.00 out of 5
Beautifully aromatic, this premium milk oolong is as beautiful to smell as it is to taste! From the Wuyi Mountains, Fujian China, this tea produces a light coloured infusion of greenish tinge, with a smooth, creamy taste and a delightful hint of orchid!
Mineral Rock Wuyi Mountain Oolong$12.00 – $98.00
This traditional long oxidized Wuyi oolong exhibits the classic dark curly tea leaves and has a smooth, rich body with a roasted aroma and sweet finish. Rich mineral character, co-mingled with a hint of fruity fragrance, and a final finish of toasted bread.
Old Tea Tree Golden Needle (Yunnan Black Tea)$21.00 – $40.00
This exceptional black tea from Yunnan province is made exclusively of young downy buds or ‘golden tips’, and pan fired to perfection. Yunnan Golden Buds is also known as “Dian hong”, and is considered amoung the finest of black teas.
The golden buds produce a brew that is amber in colour with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency. Soft and delicious with a smooth, malty taste, with notes of caramel and honey that leave a lingering sweet finish!
Wuyi (Shui Xian) Oolong (organic)$9.00 – $15.00
This organic Wuyi oolong has a smooth, rich body with a classic roasted aroma and sweet finish, accented by notes of raisin sugar, honeysuckle and roasted barley. Some say it exudes notes of dark chocolate!