Oolong Tea means "black dragon" tea in Chinese, a name that does justice to its boldness and drama. This traditional Chinese tea undergoes a unique process, including withering under the strong sun and oxidation before curling and twisting. There are three categories of Oolong Teas sold here: Dragon Eye, Blackberry Jasmine, and loose leaf Jiangyong.
Oolong teas range between 8% and 85% oxidation, which results in a wide range of colors and aromas. The flavor of oolong tea is equally diverse: they can be smoky, sweet and fruity, woody and thick, or green and fresh. Check out our guide on how to brew tea for the perfect cup of Oolong.