Oolong Tea

Chinese Tea Plant
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White Tea
Green Tea
Oolong Tea
Black Tea
Darjeeling Tea
Pu-erh Tea

Oolong teas are the most varied.  After the leaves are picked they are rolled so they slowly oxidize which darkens them and adds layers of complexity.

Oolongs have a wide range of aromas, colors and tastes based in the way they were handled.  In fact the colors can range from green all the way to black. Oolongs can range in flavor and aroma from that of lilac and orange blossom and sweet to dark and nutty aromas with very full flavors.

Taiwan produces the most complex and expensive oolong teas.

Sweeteners Condiments Flour Grain Pasta Yeast Oils Vinegar Chocolate Coffee Tea

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