Oolong

Oolong

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    Anxi Tie Guanyin (Shu Cha)

    PLN147.00

    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.

  • Bao Loc Oolong

    PLN23.00

    A Vietnamese oolong with a mix of flowery and creamy flavors, and a distinguishable taste of a pan-fried tea. Efficient as a tea for multiple brewing. Recommended for the fans of Taiwanese oolongs as well.

  • 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.

  • Lao Ming Dong Ding Oolong T58

    PLN67.00

    Medium-roasted Dong Ding Oolong made by Master Lao Ming. The "T58" mark has been added by the author himself. A unique tea, manufactured in strictly limited amounts and available only to customers personally approved by its creator. A silky and creamy infusion with a distinct touch of roasted leaves, devoid of any signs of foreign taste or pollution, it allows us to enjoy the warm sweetness and warming taste of bread crust, flowery notes and a very delicate milky aftertaste. Very high quality of this tea makes it easy to focus all attention on its taste while drinking, and forget the world all around oneself. Each and every brewing (the tea can be brewed numerous times) allows us to immerse in this tea so much, that it might as well be labeled as a "meditative tea".

  • Lao Ming Dong Ding Oolong T68

    PLN72.00

    Medium-roasted Dong Ding Oolong made by Master Lao Ming. The "T68" mark has been added by the author himself. A unique tea, manufactured in strictly limited amounts and available only to customers personally approved by its creator. A silky and creamy infusion with a distinct touch of roasted leaves, devoid of any signs of foreign taste or pollution, it allows one to enjoy the warm sweetness and warming taste of bread crust, flowery notes and a very delicate milky aftertaste. Very high quality of this tea makes it easy to focus all attention on its taste while drinking, and forget the world all around oneself. Each and every brewing (the tea can be brewed numerous times) allows us to immerse in this tea so much, that it might as well be labeled as a "meditative tea".

  • Oolong Baisen Shibamoto '18

    PLN40.00

    Roasted Oolong. Delicate, with a rich and pleasant taste of fried seeds. An original, unique tea made with traditional methods in a Kama cauldron.

    Freshness and delicacy of lightly oxidized leaves blends with the sweet tones of a roasted tea.

  • Oolong Kaoribi Shibamoto '18

    PLN42.00

    Especially appreciated by Chinese tea connoisseurs. The leaves of this fragrant oolong are harvested during Summer. Due to its invigorating character it is best suited for a morning drink. In order to fully appreciate the beauty of delicate leaves, which begin to open during brewing, it is recommended to serve it in glass dishes.

  • Oolong Roasted Tie Guan Yin

    PLN20.00

    Classic Ti Kuan Yin oolong - The Iron Goddess of Mercy - from the Chinese province of Fujian. The leaves have been roasted in bamboo baskets giving it a distinct taste resembling cocoa with a delicate hint of the basic flowery fragrance of oolong tea.

  • Tasting set - Toshifumi...

    PLN30.00

    An exceptional tasting set consisting of small portions of all the available teas by Mr. Toshifumi Shibamoto. It includes Kotteri green tea and Sakura green tea, as well as the stronger oxidized Kaoribi oolong tea leaves, allowing us to not only to discover the exceptional taste of Mr. Shibamoto's teas, but to experience the richness of its different varieties, too. Each portion contains 10g of tea, easily enough for several brewings.

  • Thai Ruby

    PLN18.00

    This uncommon oolong from Thai plantations is characterized by such high oxidization level, that within its taste one can discover notes typical of the best Chinese black teas. The leaves are rolled into small, irregular dark balls, and give off an infusion of a dark-amber, almost brown color, and a sweet taste with a clearly distinct touch of mature sweet fruits.

  • 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.