Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
Golden Oolong
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Golden Oolong

OOLONG TEA

4 reviews

Grown high at the edge of Western China using the famous Green Heart cultivar from Taiwan, this masterfully oxidized oolong brings notes of honey, malt and toasted coconut that make it a dark and rare delight to drink from first cup to last.

Tasting Notes:

Honey, malt, toasted coconut


24 in stock
Regular price $40.00 Save $-15.00
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CS
03/12/2021
Caren S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Golden Oolong Reserve

I love the warm and rich body of this Oolong.

A Smith Teamaker Customer
BG
12/12/2020
Bev G.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Oolong Reserve #103

Aromatic and smooth! Lovely afternoon treat.

TH
05/17/2020
Tonia H.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Golden Oolong Reserve...is golden.

Lovely tea -- brewing and then inhaling and sipping this tea is a delight.

FH
04/30/2020
Fawna H.
United States United States
Instructions

It’s yummy but , there needs to be instructions on how much to use for a cup. It gets soooo big.

Ingredients

Full leaf oolong from Yunnan Province

Blend Numerology

No. 6: There are 6 grams of gold in each Olympic Gold Medal. 

Preparation

For Western brewing, this tea can be brewed for single infusions using 3 grams of tea per 8 ounces of water and steeped for three minutes.

For gaiwan brewing, place 7 grams of tea leaves into 175 ml (6 ounce) gaiwan. Bring spring or freshy drawn filtered water to 190 degrees. Add enough water to cover the leaves and discard water after five seconds, this is to rinse the tea leaves. Fill your gaiwan to the top and let the leaves steep for 10-20 seconds. Set the strainer on top of the decanter and pour the tea out of the gaiwan with the lid slightly askew, without allowing the tea leaves to escape. Serve into small cups and repeat this process at least 4-5 times and notice how the tea leaves change in flavor over each infusion. Learn more about gaiwan service here