Art of Tea 99% Oxidized Purple Oolong Organic Tea – 3.5oz Tin

December 17, 2013 - Comment

99% oxidized purple oolong. Full rich brew that delivers a full roasted dark purple infusion with solid notes of cinnamon, musk, and amber. A rare treat from Sumatra, Indonesia. This tea can be steeped multiple times. Water Temperature: 206 degrees. Caffeine Content: Medium Bold. Steep Time: 3-5 minutes. Ingredients: Oolong Loose Leaf Tea. Origin: Sumatra,

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99% oxidized purple oolong. Full rich brew that delivers a full roasted dark purple infusion with solid notes of cinnamon, musk, and amber. A rare treat from Sumatra, Indonesia. This tea can be steeped multiple times. Water Temperature: 206 degrees. Caffeine Content: Medium Bold. Steep Time: 3-5 minutes. Ingredients: Oolong Loose Leaf Tea. Origin: Sumatra, Indonesia. Art of Tea hand blends and custom crafts the world?s finest organic teas and botanicals. The teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

Product Features

  • Fresh award winning teas
  • 100% Organic
  • Medium-Bold Caffeine
  • Tea Tin (3.5oz – Avg. 50 Cups)

Comments

sleepykoala says:

Delightful Very good tasting Oolong. The flavor develops nicely over the course of multiple steepings, which makes it very nice to drink over the course of a day.

Anonymous says:

Since it was oxidized you only needed a small amount. It lasted so much longer than I had expected. I used too much in the beginning until I figured out the right balance. Basically you don’t need much because it expands like one of those cool bathtub toys you throw in the water in grows…

Anonymous says:

The quality is high, but to be honest I really don’t like the flavor of tea that is this oxidized. I tried it, and wouldn’t re-order. It has a weird and very strong, almost metallic aftertaste. Art of Tea has some fantastic teas that are really high quality above what I’ve found elsewhere. I just don’t like this particular one. I would recommend their “ancient forest” blend, which is my favorite black tea I have found.

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