Bai Hao Oolong
Bai Hao Oolong
Bai Hao Oolong
Bai Hao Oolong
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Bai Hao Oolong

OOLONG TEA

3 reviews

Although this style of oolong tea originates from Taiwan, we currently source our Bai Hao from Fujian Province in China and it is one of our favorites. Oolong teas fall into a class between fully oxidized (black) tea and non-oxidized (green) tea. As one of the more oxidized oolongs, Bai Hao has large, tightly-twisted blackish leaves with an abundance of silver tips and a complex flavor profile and aroma.

Tasting Notes:

Raspberry muffin, incense, honey


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JS
07/10/2020
Janet S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Bai Hao Oolong tea

I love this tea! So happy to find such an excellent source for it.

PR
04/25/2020
Patricia R.
United States United States
Mild and very drinkable

I love oolong tea and this one is delicious.

DF
04/14/2020
Deborah F.
United States United States
No comparison

I've had various varieties of Oolong in many different forms (at cafes, purchased from high-end grocers, etc.) and nothing even comes close to the quality of Bai Hao Oolong from Smith Teamaker. The tea brews up wonderfully - brilliant color in the cup, a lovely aroma, and a clean, crisp taste. It also stands up superbly to multiple steepings for an evolving taste experience over the course of the morning or afternoon. I could not be happier with this tea.

Ingredients

Full leaf China oolong tea from Fujian Province.

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Billed as Andrew Jackson's favorite tea. Right on the money.

Preparation

For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to 190 degrees. Steep three minutes. (With oolong, it isn't too long.)

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Bai Hao

Chinese Oolong Tea

Although this style of oolong tea originates from Taiwan, we currently source our Bai Hao from Fujian Province in China and it is one of our favorites. Oolong teas fall into a class between fully oxidized (black) tea and non-oxidized (green) tea. As one of the more oxidized oolongs, Bai Hao has large, tightly-twisted blackish leaves with an abundance of silver tips and a complex flavor profile and aroma.

Fujian Province

Fujian Province is one of the most famous tea growing regions located on the southeast coast of China. Black, white and oolong teas are all thought to have originated from this province. With Taiwan so close in proximity, there has been much sharing of knowledge between the two in terms of tea plants and production. Oolongs have two harvest seasons, in late spring and fall.