Golden Oolong Tea in Loose Leaf

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About Golden Oolong Tea in Loose Leaf

Ingredients Sweet olive, Oolong, Matricaria
Origin Turkey
Shelf life  24 Months
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features All Natural, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

Oolong tea is one of the types of teas that originated in East Asia. In the preparation of this semi-oxidised tea, the right and ripe leaves of the tea are used. This tea has many variations, each of which differs in the degree of oxidation of flavor. These teas have one of the most difficult production and processing cycles, and the quality of the product depends entirely on the expertise of its producers.

Grab a cup of boiled water (208°F) and let the tea to steep for 4-5 minutes, check the package for the right steep time.


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Oolong tea is a traditional Chinese tea made from the Camellia synesis plant’s leaves, which are often used to make green and black tea. The distinction is in the way the tea is prepared. Tea leaves contain enzymes that cause oxidation, a chemical reaction—oxidation results in the darkening of green tea leaves. The oxidation of green tea is not permitted. Black tea, on the other hand, is left to oxidise until it is entirely black.

Since oolong tea is partially between the two, it is partly oxidised. The colour and distinctive flavour of the oolong tea are due to this partial oxidation, which varies between brands and can range from green to dark brown.

Natural Moreish offers a 100% natural oolong tea with no additives or preservatives. Keep this delicious and beneficial tea in an air-tight container in a dark and cool place. Storing it in the refrigerator may help you keep it fresh for a more extended period.

General Information

“Oolong” is derived from the Chinese Wu Long, which means “The Black Dragon.” And understandably so: Oolong Tea is a complex, fascinating, and multi-faceted tea that is as magical as its title indicates.

Though various Oolongs are processed differently, they typically have two distinct appearances: others are rolled into long curly leaves, while others are ‘wrap-curled’ into short beads with tails. In China, the first style is more conventional.

Our Oolong Teas come from some of the world’s best tea plantations in China, Indonesia, Taiwan, and other countries.

Phew! It takes a great deal of skill and attention to detail. However, the final result is an exciting concoction that can captivate the senses!

Delicious Ways to Use Oolong Tea

The easiest method is to steep a cup of oolong tea—either in tea bags or loose leaves—in boiling water. As a general rule, per 6 ounces of water, use one teaspoon of tea if the tea is rolled into balls and up to 2 tablespoons of the tea’s big open leaves. Then, depending on how good you want the taste to be, steep for 2–5 minutes. It’s best to drink the tea while it’s still hot.

However, if you enjoy iced tea and want to experiment with different flavours, we have an oolong iced tea recipe for you to try:

Recipe: Oolong Lemonade Tea


6 c. water

Six tea bags (oolong)

1/4 cup lemon juice, freshly squeezed

stevia (approximately 2-3 teaspoons) (optional)



Steep the tea bag for 5 minutes in hot water.

Remove the teabag and replace it with freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Refrigerate for 2 to 3 hours before serving, or serve immediately over ice.


Serving and Portion Size

Since oolong tea contains caffeine, It is better to drink it in moderation. It is advised to drink two cups of oolong tea, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, to avoid disrupting your night sleep.

As you may know, caffeine consumption in access can cause headaches, anxiety, irregular heartbeat, irritable bowel syndrome and inflammation. Therefore, if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a significant medical condition affected by caffeine intake, you should consult your doctor before drinking this tea.



Keep your teas dry and away from any humidity. Dampness and moisture will shorten the tea’s lifetime and also allow mould to develop.

Tea will absorb the scent of anything stored nearby, which is why we still suggest keeping your loose-leaf tea away from strong odours. This may imply that a kitchen cabinet, especially spice cabinets and pantries, is not the best option for storing your loose-leaf tea.



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