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Oolong is a traditional Chinese tea produced through a unique process including withering under the strong sun and oxidation before curling and twisting.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Teas - Oolong

2014 Zheng Yan Tieluohan Oolong Tea

2014 Zheng Yan Tieluohan Oolong Tea
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This Zheng Yan tea from Cindy Chen was baked 4 times over charcoal to achieve a medium baking...

Da Hong Pao “Big Red Robe”

Da Hong Pao “Big Red Robe”
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Da Hong Pao is a famed Wuyi oolong tea. This tea is cultivated in the northern part of Fujian...

Zhang Ping Shui Xian “Light Narcissus”

Zhang Ping Shui Xian “Light Narcissus”
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It is the rarest green oolong in China. It is almost impossible to find the original of this...

2013 Čang-pching Šuej-sien „Black perl“

2013 Čang-pching Šuej-sien „Black perl“
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Velice zajímavý a kvalitní lisovaný čaj z málo známé oblasti Čang-pching. Tento oolong byl ručně...

2012 Autumn Fujian Anxi Benshan 100g

2012 Autumn Fujian Anxi Benshan 100g
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One of famous oolong teas from Anxi is Benshan. This is a light roasted with low oxidation (only...

2012 Spring Slight Charcoal Roasted Zhangping

2012 Spring Slight Charcoal Roasted Zhangping Shui Xian Mini Cakes
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"Shui Xian" (also spelled Shui Hsien) - narcissus or water sprite This great and rare...


Quotes - Oolong

„Fujian Province is known for mountain-grown organic green tea as well as white tea and oolong tea. The coastal mountains provide a perfect growing environment for tea growing. Green tea is picked in spring and summer seasons.“

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Source Web: Chinese green tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_tea>. [q465] [s60]


„Or perhaps you experiment with different parameters, water, ware, etc. and notice that it performs differently under different circumstances. This type of knowledge is not possible if you only have 25g of a tea. It can really only come with drinking 200, 300, or even 1000g of the same tea.“

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Source Web: MarshalN. A Tea Addict’s Journal: Blogging seriously about tea[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.marshaln.com/>. [q896] [s95]


„There is also knowledge that you can gain from drinking the same tea over and over again that you cannot from sampling. This may involve the tea changing on you – a traditionally stored puerh gradually losing its storage taste, for example. Or, it can just be that you start noticing nuances that were there, but were not necessarily obvious the first few times you try it.“

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Source Web: MarshalN. A Tea Addict’s Journal: Blogging seriously about tea[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.marshaln.com/>. [q895] [s95]



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„Touch:
You, the person brewing the tea is entitled to touch the tea leaves with (clean) hands. What does this contact tell you about the tea? (For me, a 'heavy', compact leave is a sign for a good quality tea.)
Then there is the pleasure of touching the porcelain and to feel it in your mouth. Do you notice how a cup with a different shape will change the taste and pleasure of the tea? And can you find which cup is best for your tea (I tend to prefer old and thin cups).“

Source Web: Tea Masters Blog. Gong fu cha brewing: the 5 senses[online]. 2005. Available on WWW: <http://teamasters.blogspot.com/>. [q870] [s91]

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