The special taste of Oolong tea is the favorite among the connoisseurs. This mixture is enriched with the elegant and spicy aroma of Chinese star anise (“star anise”, “Chinese badian”). Coriander seeds are also added to this mix resulting in a light and refreshing note.
Oolong tea or Oolong is a traditional Chinese tea somewhere between green and black tea. Green tea is not oxidized at all and black tea is completely oxidized. The degree of oxidation of oolong tea is between 10 and 75%. The taste of the least oxidized oolongs tends to green tea with a fresh floral citrus taste. The most oxidized tend to be black tea and have a drupe flavor often described as roasted apricots and peaches.
The term "oolong" means "black dragon" in Chinese.
Dried “Oolong” tea leaves can be recognized as loose coiled (dark) green spheres for the least oxidized variety and to a black thread-like appearance for the most oxidized oolong
Chinese Oolong tea, star anise and coriander seeds.
Pour water that is off the boil, about 95 degrees Celsius on 2 grams of tea and let it steep for 3 minutes for best results.
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