Oolong tea combines the taste of green and black tea in one single cup. Its secret is a perfectly timed oxidation process. This is what gives our oolong organic tea its unique full-bodied, balanced aroma.
This excellent Oolong tea is like liquid gold in the cup and its distinguished aroma can be sensed from the moment it’s poured. Huang Di means ‘emperor’ in Chinese – a name that emphasises the prestige of this rare speciality. Its light Assam character is accompanied by a gentle sweetness and combines spicy, sweet nuances for a truly majestic tea-drinking experience.
On the west coast of the Indonesian island of Java, in the middle of the protected national park Gunung Halimun, this unusually fine, milky-fresh Oolong thrives in the volcanic soil. The juicy, green tea pearls are rolled by hand and develop an exclusively sweet flavour when brewed.
At over 1,835 metres above sea level, in the mountains of the Nepalese Himalayas, the tea leaves grow very slowly, which gives them a particularly intensive, chocolate-like aroma. Semi-fermented they create a first class Oolong with a tangy flavour.
The harsh climate of the Himalayan Mountains gives this exceptional tea its special character. Careful handwork preserves the beautiful structure and allows the light tips of the leaves to shine through. Once brewed, you have a delicate, yellow-coloured cup with a floral note. Only a few kilos of this tea are produced every year.
At the southernmost tip of Korea, on the island of Jeju, the pride of the nation is cultivated in a fabulous, luxurious landscape. The traditional, long, dark-green leaves are shaped like half-moons, giving them a majestic and elegant look.
This tea is characterised by its very loosely rolled leaf. The sweet, fresh flavour of this oolong only really comes out after the second or third infusion. In the cup it has a pale yellow colour.
As you might have guessed by the name, this tea is produced all year round. This unique tea is perfect for everyday enjoyment. In terms of flavour this very aromatic oolong has a faintly bitter note and a gentle aftertaste. Its infusion is yellowy-orange in colour.
In terms of flavour, this mild, aromatic oolong is characterised by its tasty bitter notes and light nutty aromas, which arise thanks to the gentle roasting of the leaves. When brewed, it looks golden in the cup. This tea consists of hand-rolled leaves and is one of the most popular oolong teas in Taiwan.
Finest green Oolong with open rolled leaf, mild and slightly bitter in taste, produces a gold-yellow coloured cup.