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Oolong Orange Blossom

This is a full flavoured oolong with a delicate play of orange blossoms to lighten the palet. Oolong teas are high in anti oxidants and used for weight management
Ingredients: Chinese Oolong tea, Orange blossoms and natural flavourings.
Country of origin: Fujian Province, China
Caffeine content: Medium
Antioxidant Level: High
Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy free, No added Sugar, No artificial colours or flavours
Prep: 1 heaped teaspoon of tea. 90°C for 2-3 min

Description: This is a full flavoured oolong with a delicate play of orange blossoms to lighten the palet. Oolong is a half-fermented tea which uses a sophisticated method to only ferment at the edges of the fresh tea leaves. With a long, slightly curly leaf, this tea is impressive with a soft, flowery aroma that brings ripe peaches to mind. This is the perfect link between soft Oolong tea and the fruity, delicate, natural orange flavour. Brew several times for a real flavour journey.

Serving Suggestion: Everyone we know just drinks this tea black, it is perfect just the way it comes. For iced drinks either cold brew overnight or brew as for hot but use more tea leaves to make a more intense flavour.
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I'll not be going back to tea bags Verified Purchase

Absolutely chuffed with this tea, it's so delicious and easy to make. I bought it as a treat to myself but after a week drinking this oolong tea, I'm not sure I can go back to my normal tea bags it's that good!

Tobi-Miranda | Durham | June 2023

Light orange aftertaste delights the senses

This is a bold oolong tea, I feel, with lovely flavour, and an amazing sense of orange that oddly isn't there in the smell of the tea (except when you first open the packet) but wonderfully evident in the taste. Definitely one I'll order again!

Richard Thomas | Tanfield Lea, Durham | March 2023