Oolong Tea Secrets of the Forest
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Ingredients: Oolong Se Chung, green tea sencha tangli, pieces of fig, flowers bamboo, flowers, raspberry, raspberries whole, beet red, flowers of pomegranate, flowers, hibiscus, sugar as a decorative and natural aromas from strawberries of the forest.
What is Oolong tea? The Oolong tea is between green tea and black tea in terms of oxidation and in chinese culture, the teas, oolong is semi-oxidized are known as qīngchá (tea bluish-green). Several of its sub-varieties, including those produced in the Mountains Wuyi in the northern part of the Province of Fujian and in the central mountains of Taiwan, are among the most famous chinese teas. The Oolong has a taste closer to green tea than to black tea, since it doesn't have the smell rosy sweet of black tea, but on the other hand it also does not have the vegetable notes outstanding typical of green tea. The Oolong tea should be prepared, strong, with the bitterness leaving a trace of sweet flavor.
*Temperature recommended water: 80-90 (when the large bubbles in the kettle, just before boiling).
*Infusion time: 3 - 5 minutes.
*Recommended amount: 1 teaspoon of tea per person. Approx. 2grs / cup.
*Indicative values that can vary depending on the personal taste.