Black tea is the most commonly drunk type of tea in Europe and the United States, and green tea is the go-to in Asia, but what is oolong tea? How is it made, and what does it offer?
In this session, we will be tasting four oolong teas demonstrating the wide range of experiences this mysterious type of tea can offer This is a great opportunity to begin to understand the vast variety of teas.
- Indonesian Oolong (roasted oolong from West Java, Indonesia)
- Guan Yin's Origin ("jade" oolong from Anxi, China)
- Fairy Fire (high mountain oolong from Da Yu Ling, Taiwan)
- Dragon Girl (roasted + oxidized lao cong shui xian, Wuyi Yancha from Fujian, China)