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Baochong, the Green Oolong
18 Oct 2022
Like the champagne of France, 包種茶 Baochong is the signature tea of Taiwan, an island specialty that carries the fragrance of tropical flowers and native fruits. For a tea to be considered pure Baochong, the tea leaves must be grown on Wen Shan mountain, Taiwan and processed in a specified way. Unlike other oolongs, Baochong consists of only young tender leaves that are lightly roasted to minimize oxidation and maintain that vivid green color. ...Read more
From The Archives | Mrs. Su's Dowry Oolong
10 Nov 2019
A bomb dropped when Mrs. Su took out her dowry oolong, one that is now 20 years old. ...
Green Oolongs | Archives of Winnie's Blog
04 Nov 2019
Green oolongs are lightly oxidized, only at 25% levels or lower... ...
The First of the Taiwan Oolongs
17 Apr 2019
Taiwan, a small island rich in fruits and agriculture, as well as traditional Chinese and indigenous cultures alike, is also one of the most important tea regions in the world. ...
Monkey Picked Tieguanyin
04 Apr 2019
Monkey Picked Tieguanyin, one of the oldest traditions in tea lore, is made famous mostly by the Southern Cantonese, whose Dim Sum parlours favor either Pu-erh or Monkey Picked. ...