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“Oolong” comes from the Chinese Wu Long, which means “The Black Dragon.” It is a traditional Chinese tea between green tea and black tea in oxidation (semi-oxidized).
Oolong come in hundreds of varieties. Tea connoisseurs classify the tea by its aroma (often floral or fruity), taste and aftertaste.
While most oolongs can be consumed immediately post production, many others can benefit from long aging.
The most famous and expensive Oolong tea are made in Wuyi mountains.
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