Oolong

Oolong

  • "Black Dragon" Oolong

    PLN35.00

    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.

  • Anxi Tie Guanyin (Shu Cha)

    PLN37.00

    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.

  • 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

    PLN90.00

    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.

  • 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.

  • Milk Oolong

    PLN22.00

    A tea from Anxi County in Fujian Province, China, serves as a base for this high-quality tea. Before drying, the leaves are aromatised with milk in a unique way.

  • 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.

  • 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.