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Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa, is renowned as being the world's best producer of the treasured Oolong teas. Since the introduction of Green Dragon Oolong tea to the United States, we have discovered a rise in popularity. With exquisite ...flavor, Green Dragon is a tea held in high regard in several places all over the world. This Taiwanese Oolong tea has a lighter colored leaf and liquor because it is oxidized for a shorter period of time than the darker Oolong teas; this gives the tea an entirely different character. Smooth and aromatic, Dragon Oolong has a light and delicate flavor with hints of floral undertones and a slightly lingering aftertaste. We highly recommend that Green Dragon Oolong be steeped multiple times; each steep unveils a layer of gold color. Each of the tightly rolled, pellet-like leaves will gradually open further with each infusion, bringing you more flavor. read more

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Taiwan is renowned as being the world's best producer of the treasured Oolong teas. Since the introduction of Green Dragon Oolong ...tea to the United States, we have discovered a rise in popularity. With exquisite flavor, Green Dragon is a tea held in high regard in several places all over the world. This Taiwanese Oolong tea has a lighter colored leaf and liquor because it is oxidized for a shorter period of time than the darker Oolong teas; this gives the tea an entirely different character. Smooth and aromatic, Dragon Oolong has a light and delicate flavor with hints of floral undertones and a slightly lingering aftertaste. We recommend that Green Dragon Oolong be steeped multiple times; each steep unveils a gold-colored layer. Each of the tightly rolled, pellet-like leaves will gradually open further with each infusion, bringing you more flavor. For smaller quantities of this tea, read more

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Oolong tea gets its name from the Chinese wu-lung, which means, "Black dragon" and it represents a cross between green and black t...ea. Gaining more and more popularity in the US, Formosa Oolong tea might quite possibly turn out to be your new favorite! This full, refreshing tea has a fruity-sweet aroma and a flavor to match. Formosa Oolong teas are produced in Taiwan; they produce the largest quantity of Oolong in the world. Leaves are plucked as the sun rises and then are laid out to wither in the hot sun. Tea artisans that are waiting for the perfect blend of red and green leaves watch over them carefully. The leaves are then dried, expertly graded and passed through strict quality control for packaging. Give your body something refreshing and rejuvenating while enjoying a simple cup of tea. For smaller quantities of this tea, please click here. read more

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Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa, is renowned as being the world's best producer of the treasured Oolong teas. Since the introduc...tion of Green Dragon Oolong tea to the United States, we have discovered a rise in popularity. With exquisite flavor, Green Dragon is a tea held in high regard in several places all over the world. This Taiwanese Oolong tea has a lighter colored leaf and liquor because it is oxidized for a shorter period of time than the darker Oolong teas; this gives the tea an entirely different character. Smooth and aromatic, Dragon Oolong has a light and delicate flavor with hints of floral undertones and a slightly lingering aftertaste. We highly recommend that Green Dragon Oolong be steeped multiple times; each steep unveils a layer of gold color. Each of the tightly rolled, pellet-like leaves will gradually open further with each infusion, bringing you more flavor. read more

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Oolong tea gets its name from the Chinese word wu-lung, meaning "Black dragon," because it represents a cross between green and bl...ack tea. Formosa Oolong teas are produced in Taiwan, and they yield the largest quantity of Oolong in the world. While still growing, the leaves are sometimes intentionally and slightly bruised to stimulate the fermentation process. Tea artisans that are waiting for the perfect blend of red and green leaves watch over them carefully. Leaves are then plucked as the sun rises and are laid out to wither in the hot sun. The leaves are expertly graded and passed through strict quality control for packaging. Gaining more and more popularity in the US, Formosa Oolong tea might possibly turn out to be your new favorite! This full-bodied, refreshing tea has a fruity-sweet aroma and flavor to match. Give your body something rejuvenating while enjoying a flavorful cup read more

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Traveling along the trade routes in Southern Russia and Northern China during the 1700s, gourmet tea became an extremely popular i...tem. While the chests of tea travelled by camel from China to Europe through Russia, the tea leaves picked up scents from campfires along the way. Eleven thousand miles and six months later, the tea had changed dramatically; we named this tea Russian Caravan because of its travels along the trade routes. The unique smoky flavor of this black tea is what made it Russia's second most popular beverage next to vodka. Enjoy the undertones of a blend that remains as a tradition among the finest Russian teas. We have delicately blended this high-grade black tea with hints of Lapsang Souchong, Formosa Oolong, and China Blend to make this exceptional tea complete. Russian Caravan Tea has an assertive flavor and is for those who like a strong cup of tea. read more

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Among the most famous of Chinese teas is the Oolong Tea, also known as the black dragon tea; because of its dark, long, and curly ...appearance. The Chinese have known for hundreds of years about the medicinal benefits of drinking Oolong tea, during or directly after a meal, it not only aids in digestion but it creates a 10% increase in expended energy. Oolong is a powerful, yet natural anti-oxidant, and burns over 157% more fat than regular Green Tea. Oolong is also known for its ability to naturally and gently assist in lowering blood pressure, inflammation, and improving your immunity. Throughout Chinese history, teas have been revered as gentle, yet powerful natural medicinal concoctions. Oolong tea being one of the most prized, especially for its weight loss properties; it assists the body by boosting your metabolism with its natural metabolic stimulants. The Chinese have used it read more

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Taiwan is renowned as being the world's best producer of the treasured Oolong teas. Since the introduction of Green Dragon Oolong ...tea to the United States, we have discovered a rise in popularity. With exquisite flavor, Green Dragon is a tea held in high regard in several places all over the world. This Taiwanese Oolong tea has a lighter colored leaf and liquor because it is oxidized for a shorter period of time than the darker Oolong teas; this gives the tea an entirely different character. Smooth and aromatic, Dragon Oolong has a light and delicate flavor with hints of floral undertones and a slightly lingering aftertaste. We recommend that Green Dragon Oolong be steeped multiple times; each steep unveils a gold-colored layer. Each of the tightly rolled, pellet-like leaves will gradually open further with each infusion, bringing you more flavor. For smaller quantities of this tea, read more

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Oolong tea gets its name from the Chinese wu-lung, which means, "Black dragon" and it represents a cross between green and black t...ea. Gaining more and more popularity in the US, Formosa Oolong tea might quite possibly turn out to be your new favorite! This full, refreshing tea has a fruity-sweet aroma and a flavor to match. Formosa Oolong teas are produced in Taiwan; they produce the largest quantity of Oolong in the world. Leaves are plucked as the sun rises and then are laid out to wither in the hot sun. Tea artisans that are waiting for the perfect blend of red and green leaves watch over them carefully. The leaves are then dried, expertly graded and passed through strict quality control for packaging. Give your body something refreshing and rejuvenating while enjoying a simple cup of tea. For smaller quantities of this tea, please click here. read more

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Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa, is renowned as being the world's best producer of the treasured Oolong teas. Since the introduc...tion of Green Dragon Oolong tea to the United States, we have discovered a rise in popularity. With exquisite flavor, Green Dragon is a tea held in high regard in several places all over the world. This Taiwanese Oolong tea has a lighter colored leaf and liquor because it is oxidized for a shorter period of time than the darker Oolong teas; this gives the tea an entirely different character. Smooth and aromatic, Dragon Oolong has a light and delicate flavor with hints of floral undertones and a slightly lingering aftertaste. We highly recommend that Green Dragon Oolong be steeped multiple times; each steep unveils a layer of gold color. Each of the tightly rolled, pellet-like leaves will gradually open further with each infusion, bringing you more flavor. read more

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Oolong tea gets its name from the Chinese word wu-lung, meaning "Black dragon," because it represents a cross between green and bl...ack tea. Formosa Oolong teas are produced in Taiwan, and they yield the largest quantity of Oolong in the world. While still growing, the leaves are sometimes intentionally and slightly bruised to stimulate the fermentation process. Tea artisans that are waiting for the perfect blend of red and green leaves watch over them carefully. Leaves are then plucked as the sun rises and are laid out to wither in the hot sun. The leaves are expertly graded and passed through strict quality control for packaging. Gaining more and more popularity in the US, Formosa Oolong tea might possibly turn out to be your new favorite! This full-bodied, refreshing tea has a fruity-sweet aroma and flavor to match. Give your body something rejuvenating while enjoying a flavorful cup read more

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Traveling along the trade routes in Southern Russia and Northern China during the 1700s, gourmet tea became an extremely popular i...tem. While the chests of tea travelled by camel from China to Europe through Russia, the tea leaves picked up scents from campfires along the way. Eleven thousand miles and six months later, the tea had changed dramatically; we named this tea Russian Caravan because of its travels along the trade routes. The unique smoky flavor of this black tea is what made it Russia's second most popular beverage next to vodka. Enjoy the undertones of a blend that remains as a tradition among the finest Russian teas. We have delicately blended this high-grade black tea with hints of Lapsang Souchong, Formosa Oolong, and China Blend to make this exceptional tea complete. Russian Caravan Tea has an assertive flavor and is for those who like a strong cup of tea. read more

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