Milk Oolong - a flavored Oolong tea
This Oolong tea from Taiwan smells like butter and has an incredible creamy flavor.
Jin Xuan Oolong from Taiwan is famous for its naturally thick and creamy body and mild sweetness. This particular variety of Milk Oolong is inspired by the Jin Xuan tea, but is a flavored Oolong.
Oolong tea is a mildly oxidized tea. Many consider it somewhere between a green tea and a black tea. Generally, oolong teas are less oxidized but different varieties have wildly different oxidation levels ranging from 8% to 80%. A lower oxidized oolong will have less caffeine than a highly oxidized variety. Oolong tea leaves are also curled, rolled, or even twisted into spindles or balls.
Ingredients: flavored Oolong Tea
50g bag of tea is enough for approx. 15-18 cups of hot tea (depending on taste preferences). Tea leaves can be used multiple times, try steeping two to three times for an incredible taste sensation.
To prepare, use 1-1/2 teaspoons per 6 ounces of water. Steep for 2-3 minutes at 200F-205F. If you do not have a temperature controlled kettle or thermometer, bring your water to a boil, remove from heat, and let it stand for 2 minutes.
Product may have come in contact with nuts or nut products. Tea does not contain actual milk.