Assam Oolong Tea - Loose Leaf Tea From Taiwan
This Assam will surprise you by it's smoothness and onctuousity. Because it is such a well produced tea there is no need to add either milk or sugar. So if you would like to cut down on milk and sugar and enjoy a good cup of tea, these is the tea for you.
For the perfect taste we recommend boiling mineral water to 80 degrees. With a standard kettle leave to rest for a few minutes to cool down after boiling, as using boiling water can burn the leaves and destroy the natural flavours. Place 5 grams into a tea filter and pour in the hot water. Let the leaves infuse to strengthen the flavour to your preference. We recommend leaving the leaves for as little as 20 seconds during their first use. Then pull out the infuser and enjoy your cup of tea. The beauty of loose leaf tea is that you can use these leaves again and again. Each 5g can be used to make anywhere between 4-6 cups of tea making one 75g tin the source of 60 to 90 cups of tea. Furthermore because these are loose leaves, there are no bags to bin.
This Tea like all of our Oolong teas can also be drunk cold specially in the summer. If you would like to make summer drink rather then a hot cup of Tea just place 10g in a litre of water and leave in the fridge overnight.
*Please note the outer design of the tin, taster pack and refill pack may differ slightly as we continue to update our logo and brand however this will not affect the contents of the tin.
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"Having discovered the Oolong Tea Company at the Devon County Show and come home with a collection of taster samples, we have all just enjoyed a cup of assam tea - it's an appealing toffee colour, with a sweet, honey-ish scent, a smooth, almost creamy flavour with slight hints of cocoa, and a clean refreshing finish. It had none of the astringent tannic flavour that I would normally associate with a black tea, and I found it very drinkable and most enjoyable. I will certainly be drinking more, probably very soon indeed!" Gabrielle Exeter