Chinese Oolong

China is the cradle of oolong tea. The name itself has Chinese origins, translating to “Dragon Tea” (Wulong cha) in Chinese. Nowadays, other tea-producing regions, including Taiwan and India, have mastered the art of making oolongs, leading to quite a few oolong varieties on the market. However, oolongs from China, especially from provinces of Fujian and Guangdong, maintain their star status.

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