Oolong Tea

Oolong tea, also known as wu long tea, is a world known and one of the famous teas, mention of which appeared about 400 years ago. Oolong tea is semi-oxidized tea, and this allows to open rich honey taste, light aroma and pleasant lasting aftertaste as much as possible.

Taiwanese oolong - is an example of a harmony interaction between people and nature.
There are the combination of mountain climate, high humidity, ecological compatibility of Taiwan mountains from one side and modern technology and quality control from other side. It allows Taiwanese Oolong reputed one of the most valuable in the world market.

Nature has provided the ideal climate conditions - high altitude for plantations, fluctuation of day and night temperatures, the stability of the average annual temperature and a lot of fogs.

Taiwanese people are very hard-working and they care about the quality of products and saving of their traditions.

In Taiwan there are two types how they produce oolongs - in the north they make oolong stretched and slightly twisted, and in the central and southern Taiwan - rolled into small balls.

Altitude plays an important role both due to climatic conditions and the soil composition, and also because the air is cleaner in the mountains.

Depending on the height divided by the tea plantations:

  • Flat - up to 500 meters above sea level
  • Mountain - from 500 to 1000 meters above sea level
  • Alpine - from 1000 meters above sea level.

Taste depends on mountain’s height, slop orientation, fog frequency and cut method.

In oolong tea leaves are twisted, by brewing they are untwisted and increases in volume 3 times.