-White Tea-Originally, grown only in high altitudes in Fujian, this tea got its name from the fact that it was picked by monkeys particularly trained for this purpose. Nowdays it is picked by human hands in a period of only a few days per year. The roughish, slightly downy leaf produces a light-green, smooth cup with a slight note of honey.
-Flavoured Oolong Tea-This is an unusual tea from China. Flavouring is added to the fresh tea leaves at origin. A sweetish flavour reminiscent of milk.Ingredients: Oolong tea, flavouring (contains milk products)
-Oolong Tea-This Oolong from Taiwan is nearly green and only very lightly fermented with leaves that are rolled into small, tight balls. The jade-green cup, alluring scent and the softly fruity note reminiscent of peach blossoms make this tea stand out.
-Oolong Tea-One of the few Taiwanese tea specialities from the Tai Tung region on the eastern coast of the island. The carefully picked leaf is rolled repeatedly to form the typical pearls which "lock in" the flavour. This tea belongs with the longer fermented and afterwards roasted Oolongs.
A delicious aroma of cookies and spices, coupled with the fine sweetness of star anise and liquorice, lend this full-bodied, gentle oolong a delightful Christmassy note.Ingredients: oolong tea, rosehip seeds (14 %), liquorice root, star anise, sweet blackberry leaves, cinnamon, flavourings, Roman camomile, sunflower petals