Oolong Tea

It's not quite a green tea nor is it a black tea, rather Oolong tea is the category most commonly described as partially-oxidized. Grown and processed primarily in Southern China and Taiwan the typical Oolong will be oxidized anywhere between 20%, which results in a lighter infusion often with floral notes, to 80%, which results in an amber infusion with notes of chocolate and golden raisins. Also due to the artisan process that is passed down through generations, Oolong teas stand up incredibly well to multiple steepings and many even show they best qualities in their 3rd or 4th steeping.

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