Se ChungOolong Tea
It’s evocative of rain washed earth
I feel this is like a new birth,
A new start in my life,
Now everything is right.
This is a semi-fermented green Oolong tea. The fresh leaves are dried for up to two days, then rolled and allowed to oxidize, but for a shorter period than black tea. They are then heated to prevent further oxidation. The infusion is golden-brown and the taste is strong, yet smooth and aromatic, a little like rain-washed earth.
China - Fujian Fujian is a province on the southeast coast of China, known for its mountains and coastal cities.
In this category, you will find teas from a variety of origins. As with wine, climate and soil have a major influence on the taste and distinct character of each tea. Green, black and white tea all come from the same plant. It is the processing of the harvested leaves that determines the final product.