Best Oolong Teas UK

Oolong Tea: An Aromatic Experience Beyond Compare.

With our fantastic selection of some of the best Oolong Teas available in the UK, you can get lost in a world of aromas and tastes. Oolong Teas have earned a special place in the hearts of tea lovers worldwide thanks to their unique flavours and rich, fragrant aromas.

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History Of Oolong Tea

Oolong tea has a long and complicated history full of art and tradition. Originating in the Chinese province of Fujian, Oolong Teas have changed over time, with each era adding new details to the story.
The name "Oolong" means "Black Dragon," which shows how bold and enchanting this tea is. Our ancestors deserve credit for making this incredible tea. They carefully watched the oxidation and fermentation of tea leaves to create the Oolong Teas we know today.
Ancient China used oolong tea as a sign of hospitality. In the modern world, oolong tea has crossed borders and cultures to become a popular drink all over the world.

Types of Oolong Teas

Oolong Teas, with their varied flavours and aromas, are as diverse as the regions they come from. The tea leaves are selected with extreme care and expertly blended to yield a unique sensory experience with every sip. Every tea master is skilled and has a unique way of making oolong tea, adjusting the step-by-step process and controlling the oxidising of the tea leaves until the perfect aroma and taste are achieved.
Traditional Oolong Teas, such as the light and floral Ti Kuan Yin Iron Goddess Oolong Tea  or Nanling Mountain Milk Oolong Tea from the Fujian Province, or the fruity and sweet Dong Ding from Taiwan, transport you to their regions with their distinctive taste profiles.

Serving Suggestions

When you make and serve Oolong Tea, it can feel like a ceremony. For the best taste, rinse the tea leaves with hot water before you steep them, as this wakes them up and helps their natural flavours come out.
To bring out the different flavours of Oolong Tea, enjoy with light snacks like almond cookies or fruit tarts. Oolong Tea is also great with seafood and chicken dishes because it brings out the natural flavours of the food.