Oolong

Oolong

  • "Black Dragon" Oolong

    PLN43.00

    Tea from the Chinese Fujian province, known for the production of oolong tea. The leaves are highly oxidized and roasted. A classical oolong tea with a very correct, sweet and bitter taste with a noticeable tones of freshly baked bread and nuts. Ideal tea for everyday drinking, good for multiple steepings.

    The package contains 125g of tea.

  • Alishan Oolong

    PLN45.00

    Medium oxidized (25-35%) Taiwan Oolong with dark green leaves curled into balls. This variety is lightly "smoked" which gives it a pleasant, mature aroma. After brewing, rich notes of sweet fruit, flowers and cream are released. Heavily curled leaves develop gradually in subsequent matings. It can be said that this tea is very "patient" - repeatedly poured with water, it maintains the taste and aroma for a long time.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Anxi Tie Guanyin (Shu Cha)

    PLN37.00

    Anxi Tie Guanyin Shu Cha is produced in the Chaoshan region, the homeland of modern gong fu cha.

    An interesting fact is the production process included in the full name of this tea. Shu Cha, like dark teas, means a type of slightly toasted tea, which is characterized by a pleasant, bread-like, classic flavor. The aroma resembles Tie Guanyin oolong.

    It is a tea for connoisseurs, experienced in the art of oolong brewing. We suggest preparing it in the gong fu style - pouring boiling water in a small teapot with a lot of leaves for several seconds. As a result, we get ten or more brews that retain an invariably delicate and bitter character.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3-5 brews

  • Anxi Tie Guanyin (Shu Cha)...

    PLN59.00

    Anxi Tie Guanyin as a gift (40g)

    Anxi Tie Guanyin Shu cha is produced for tea connoisseurs from the Chaoshan region, the craddle of modern gong fu cha. Exclusively imported for Herbaty Czas from Anxi, from the multigenerational farmers family Wang. This tea is mostly used at national institutions as a high quality gift for the people of special merit.

  • Bai Hao Oolong

    PLN45.00

    Highly oxidized oolong from Taiwan. Also called the "Oriental Beauty", it id made when insects of the jacobiasca formosana species feed on the leaves of tea bushes. Plants, wanting to defend themselves against them, give off more chemicals that result in the unique taste of this tea. Dry leaves smell intensively, reminiscent of the smell of oriental incense. The brew surprises with delicacy on one hand and a distinct spicy and honey flavor on the other hand.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Bao Loc Oolong

    PLN23.00

    It is a unique Vietnamese oolong from the Son La province growing at an altitude of 1250m above sea level. During the harvest, a leaf bud and three leaves are torn off. The twig is then carefully rolled into a small ball which slowly releases its aroma as it is brewed and provides the extraordinary spectacle of "waking up" of the leaves, the volume of which expands several times.

    The infusion is light, green-yellow in color and has a pear-floral flavor with a hint of roasting. It works well as a multi-brewing tea, also recommended for lovers of Taiwanese oolongs.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3-5 brews

  • Blue Lagoon

    PLN15.00

    Our original blend, which includes Formosa Oolong, Klitoria Flower and Ginger. A beautiful blue infusion that changes into a slightly greenish turquoise, as befits oolong tea, after a longer brewing - a feast for the eye. Thanks to ginger, the infusion is slightly warming with a distinct, yet still vegetable flavor.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.

    2-5 min

  • Concubine Oolong

    PLN29.00

    It is an extremely interesting Vietnamese oolong available in the form of tightly rolled leaves (a bud plus two leaves), oxidized in 40-50%. This tea comes from the mountainous areas of the Son La province, from tea trees growing at an altitude of about 1250m above sea level.

    Concubine oolong is made by a small insect that feeds on the juice of young tea leaves. As a result, the leaf is "wounded" and the plant's immune response causes subtle changes in the leaf chemistry. The infusion of such leaves is honey yellow with a slightly toasted, woody aroma, a subtle honey flavor similar to the Chinese Oriental Beauty or the Taiwanese Honey Oolong.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-4 brews

  • Dong Ding Oolong

    PLN30.00

    Medium oxidized Oolong from Taiwan, with a classic, floral-milky flavour enriched with notes of bread crust, which is due to the process of delicate roasting. The leaves have the form of dark green balls, in dry form they are characterized primarily by roasting aromas. Only when brewed they gradually release the remaining aromas and flavour notes.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Formosa Oolong

    PLN10.00

    A Taiwanese tea with highly oxidized leaves, as well as a distinct malt taste and aroma. One of the most popular oolong teas.

  • Honey Oolong

    PLN45.00

    t is one of the sweetest Taiwanese oolongs and requires attention to brew. The first infusion before the leaf "wakes up" is delicate, bright, with a fruity-honey aroma and nutty aftertaste, subsequent infusions with additional honey sweetness. As the flavor wears off, the smell continues.

    It is one of those teas that are made from leaves gnawed by micro insects similar to a grasshopper. When a plant is injured, it activates its immune system. The leaf chemistry reacts by secreting a sweet substance to heal the leaf. In places of the bite, a slight oxidation of the leaf begins. Ultimately, the degree of oxidation of this tea is slightly higher than in other Taiwanese oolongs, i.e. about 50%.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Lishan Oolong

    PLN64.00

    Taiwan oolong tea grown at 1900m above sea level on the slopes of Mount Lishan, in a cold and humid environment, making the tea leaves soft and having an amazing fruity aroma and flavor. The leaves are curled into balls, which gradually straighten during brewing and give off slightly different aromas with subsequent brewing.

    The infusion is green-yellow, clean and light, with a slightly floral aroma and a sweet taste that lingers in the mouth for a long time with notes of apple and pear. It is called the best tea in the class of Taiwanese oolongs with a higher pectin content and a very low content of catechins that make the tea taste bitter.

    Brew:
    3g / 200ml
    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3-4 brews

  • Qing Xin Oolong

    PLN34.00

    It is a light high-mountain Gao Shan oolong harvested by hand in organic tea gardens in northern Fujian. Its name Qing Xin comes from the tea cultivar it was made from.

    It is a medium oxidized oolong. It has large dark curled leaves and a nice caramel smell. After brewing, it gives a light, golden yellow infusion and a floral aroma combined with a delicate hint of fruits and the sweetness of roasting.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    1-2 min

  • Shan Lin Xi Oolong

    PLN38.00

    Taiwan low-oxidation oolong. The leaves are in the form of dark green spheres.

    Due to the cool climate in the high elevations of the Shan Lin Xi region, the leaves grow slower and contain a high concentration of essential oils. Their scent is reminiscent of dried fruit and flowers.

    After brewing, the leaves give a greenish-brown infusion with a strongly floral aroma and a clean, creamy taste enriched with a light toasted note, which, however, does not dominate the others notes.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Tie Guan Yin Oolong

    PLN75.00

    Oolong from Taiwan with medium oxidation, dry leaves have the form of dark green balls, their aroma is mainly characterized by roasting notes. After brewing, they give an infusion of a floral aroma and taste with a clearly noticeable roasted note, this is a more traditional version of this popular oolong.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Zhangping Shui Xian

    PLN9.00

    A rare oolong of the Shui Xian cultivar, from the area of Zhangping in Fujian Province, China. The tea leaves have been pressed into cubes; After brewing they give off an ochre-colored infusion, slowly releasing sweet accents reminiscent of rose and blooming jasmine fragrances.