Snow Pear Oolong
A very lightly oxidized oolong, Snow Pear is from the An Xi Region of Fujian Province. Hand-rolled leaves are a light shade of green and offer a subtle, fragrant aroma as the name well suggests. The taste is nuanced and leaves a distinct yet light, sweet-fruit-like aftertaste. This is an oolong that you will not often find outside China. It is another local style crafted to local taste preferences.
Snow Pear Oolong
Aromatic, large light-green leaves tinged with hues of red, have been lightly pressed into 10-gram cakes and offer yet another way to enjoy an oolong. Our Immortals Oolong is honey-sweet and light, it will linger in the mouth with a light flavor. As the cake unfolds and its large leaves and stems unfurl, the mass of leaf will yield multiple steeps. The cup liquor is clean, light-yellow, almost a shade of green. Tea has a light fruit note, lingers on the tongue. Each cake is wrapped in white paper, perfect for travel.
Iron Goddess (Tieguanyin)
Iron Goddess is one of the most well–known oolong teas in China. Oolong tea is characterized by the semi-fermentation of the tea leaves. Iron Goddess differs from all other oolongs in that it is fermented longer and its leaves tend to be more sperical in shape. Many people are drawn to Iron Goddess Oolong not only for its exotic name or its legend, but for its delightful taste and fragrance. This tea brews into a golden brown liquid with a strong bked aroma. Iron Goddess is baked until toasted to bring out a sweet and fruity flavor.
Monkey Picked (Tieguanyin)
Briefly rinse the leaves to awaken them, then steep in water at 185º–200º for one minute and taste. This Oolong is very rich and will steep multiple times as the leaves release their complex flavors.
A compettion grade Tieguanyin Oolong from the An Xi Region of Fujian Province. Our supplier for this tea is weill-known for his craftmanship. This tea is lightly oxidized, leaves show shades of green and hints of brown. As the leaves steep, they unfurl and show a serration on their edges as they release a honey–colored liquor with an orchid–like flovor that will linger.