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  • Pure Oolong Loose Leaf Tea (16 Ounces-Bulk Tea), Formosa Standard Taiwan Oolong Tea, 175+ Cups Per Bag (1 Lb.)
  • Pure Oolong Loose Leaf Tea (16 Ounces-Bulk Tea), Formosa Standard Taiwan Oolong Tea, 175+ Cups Per Bag (1 Lb.)

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Pure Oolong Loose Leaf Tea (16 Ounces-Bulk Tea), Formosa Standard Taiwan Oolong Tea, 175+ Cups Per Bag (1 Lb.)

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Pure Oolong Loose Leaf Tea (16 Ounces-Bulk Tea), Formosa Standard Taiwan Oolong Tea, 175+ Cups Per Bag (1 Lb.)

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SG$ 95.00 SG$ 158 Save SG$ 63 (39.87%)
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  • PURE OOLONG LOOSE LEAF TEA, TAIWAN ORIGIN FORMOSA STANDARD OOLONG- Oolong loose leaf tea, standard oolong is very well known as being the house tea in many high end Chinese restaurants
  • TOUTED FOR A RANGE OF HEALTH BENEFITS, OOLONG TEA IS OFTEN CONSIDERED A GREAT CONTRIBUTION TO OVERALL WELL BEING-Oolong tea is often touted for its health properties, and is said to aid in overall health of the body including skin, immune system and digestion
  • OOLONG TEA IS EXTREMLY UNIQUE IN TASTE AND CHARACTER, REFRESHING TEA SOMEWHERE BETWEEN GREEN AND BLACK TEA-Oolong is sometimes described as being between black and green tea, as its not entirely either, but instead a happy middle that provides a refreshing yet less bitter black tea style experience
  • OOLONG LOOSE LEAF TEA IS A TEA GROWING IN POPULARITY AND PREVALENCE-Oolong is increasingly popular in the USA for its health benefits and taste, often drank in place of green teas, for those seeking health benefits, but not a fan of green tea
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Great quality tea at an excellent price.I bought some "weight loss" Oolong tea from another vendor and I was enjoying it and decided to research it a bit. I found that there is research that indicates that all quality Oolong tea helps with weight loss. So I decided to find a better deal than $1.00 per tea bag, and this is it. The tea looks, smells, and tastes wonderful. I like to make it in my coffee maker, 7 or 8 scoops will brew a pot of decent strength. Then I drink one cup for breakfast and put the rest in a thermos to take to work. I know that I'll be ordering more of this tea on a regular basis.5How to Brew, read if yer smartI'm gonna do you fellas a favor here. This tea's finicky, tastes like hell if you brew it wrong, tastes real nice if you get it right though. Don't waste the first 1/3 of the bag figuring out how it likes to be brewed like I did, read this and get it right the first time. What you want to do is, get a metal tea ball infuser. Put a fairly generous amount in there, a slightly heaping tablespoon I'd say. Don't worry, you'll get three brews out of it this way, three American sized mugs I mean. Bring the water to a boil, then let it cool down until the bubbling stops. Pour it into a cold mug, not including the tea ball. Then rinse the tea by dipping the ball in there for a sec, letting it fill with water then pulling it out and letting it drain. Repeat this once or twice, then toss the liquid. This gets rid of most the little bits you'd otherwise be picking out of your teeth, and improves the flavor. Removes some of the caffeine too, but this isn't a high-caf tea anyways; I'm pretty sure it's been roasted. Anyways, set the tea kettle on a different burner than the one you were just using while you're doing the rinsing process. You want this first brew to be relatively cool and fast, about 30 seconds. Pour the water over the ball and watch carefully. The color should be a deep orange-ish but not so dark you can't clearly see the bottom of the cup. If you get this method right you'll get the same perfect color for all three brews. Anyways, drink your cuppa and let the tea infuser rest for at least the time it takes to do that. I like to drink my second cup an hour or two later though. The second time, let the water stop boiling but then pour it right over the infuser. I usually go a little longer on this one, maybe 45 seconds or a minute. Remember, the cup was prewarmed the first time from the rinsing. If you're doing this second brew right after the first and your cup is still warm, another 30 seconds is probably good. Now, for the third brew, the flavor in the tea's been taxed and you want to get everything you can out of what's left. There's basically no tannins left so you needn't worry much about it getting bitter from overbrewing. Boil some water and pour it into the cup to preheat it. Let it sit for 15 or 20 seconds. While this is going on, put the kettle back on the hot burner to continue boiling. You want your water at a rolling boil for this one. Toss the preheat water, then pour the boiling water over the infuser and let it sit for a good two or three minutes so all the remaining flavor can come out. Maybe do a bit of raising and lowering the infuser at the end there.I'd recommend this tea for someone who can follow instructions, doesn't mind a bit of hassle and wants a bit of caffeine in their life, but not too much. Using my method, the first brew seems like a cup of mild green tea in terms of caffeine kick. The second seems like maybe a white tea and the third you could drink at night, 'cause it's basically all gone. I'd also recommend this tea for the person who's been drinking black tea all their life but wants to branch out a bit. It's smooth and not at all grassy like some green teas can be; even a lifelong black tea drinker could appreciate it. 3/5 stars for being tasty, but hard to brew right, and not organic.3Good stuff!Good stuff! I;ve been buying way more expensive Wu-Yi oolong tea and enjoying it. When this tea arrived and I opened the package I noticed the tea was in bits and pieces whereas the more expensive oolong was shriveled leaves mostly. I discovered upon tasting that it is fine if the tea is in bits and pieces because the flavour is just as nice as the way more expensive WuYi tea. I also am able to get 3 steeps out of both teas and the bits and pieces tea require slightly less tea to get the flavour I like. Just make sure that however you steep your tea uses a fine strainer. As to the increased health benefits of the more expensive WuYi oolong? I kind of have my doubts, but obviously cant say one way or another w. any certainty. All up this tea is a terrific value. The bag of this will last a VERY long time. make sure to store it properly away from heat and light and moisture. cheers.5Low Quality TeaI didn't know what Formosa Standard was, but after trying this tea, Formosa Standard means low quality. The tea leaves were a broken to bits and there was lots of stem bits in it. The tea was not fragrant as fragrant as even medium quality oolong tea is. There is even less flavor that a medium quality oolong. If you are a true tea drinker, stay away.1Great value & tasteI was skeptical about buying this tea. I'm picky, not quite a snob but very picky. The tea tastes great and has a wonderful color. My mother bought me an absurdly expensive tin and this is better.4Yum!I received a sampler for an Xmas gift, I loved all the flavors except the lapsang souchong, that was a bit too strong for my tastes, but the Oolong. Oh the oolong. YUM. For me it really was the standout of all the flavors. I just bought myself a big ole bag of it. It's got to be a stand out tea when I will choose it over my morning latte, but it's happened ladies and gentlemen. yes it has. True story.5Robust, refreshing, and remarkable as a green iced teaPretty much disdained by hot tea aficionados as an iced tea drinker, I have eschewed commenting on tea. That said, this Formosa Oolong is the only green tea that I have made over ice and been glad of having made the effort. It holds up well to being iced and is a pleasant change from my black tea selections. Seeing little to be gained from poetical descriptions of flavor, I merely note that this oolong is robust, refreshing, and remarkable. I recommend it to those of my persuasion.5Good tea overall. Not as astringent as I would prefer but good for every day.I love oolong tea . I have spent 50 to $60 on a bulk bag from the Republic of Tea. That was several years ago so I'm sure it's even more expensive now. I didn't want to spend that much this time around for a tea that I drink everyday. I may have considered it for a special occasion tea. But I drink oolong almost everyday and I like it strong so I don't get two and three brews off of one tea ball full of tea like other folks. I'm lucky if I can get a second brew but usually the second one is way too weak for my tastes . So I decided to try this. I guess I'm no tea Aficionado but since I have invested in some really high-quality brands from Republic of Tea, Serendipitea and other companies and I have tried and can detect the difference between varieties such as Wu Yi, Tai Quan Yin, White Tip, and Milk oolong, I have developed an appreciation and an understanding for the way that I think a good oolong should taste. So, with this tea, it does have that sort of distinct floral quality that you would expect from almost any oolong -- except maybe white tip. I didn't get that floral note from white tip oolong but then I've only tried Serendipitea's white tip oolong and I don't even think they offer it anymore on Amazon. This one has the floral quality but it is not as astringent as some of the other brands I've tried. I think it's the tannins that I'm tasting that produces that slightly astringent quality that I love. Frequent tea drinkers will understand this. I'm not talking about a bitterness. I'm talking about that slight "bite" or astringency that a good quality tea has that just kind of floods your mouth and enhances the flavor of the tea. I'm not getting that from this tea. It's smooth and mellow and has no "bite". That's why I'll give it 4 out of 5 Stars. It's good for an every day tea and it has a great price point. But it's not quite as heavenly as, for instance, a good quality Tai Quan Yin (which is my favorite).4Great flavor and tasteThis is a fantastic oolong. The bag was a well-sorted size of leaves containing very little stems and parts. It has a wonderful dark color and rich earthy aroma typical of Chinese teas. It brews a golden chocolate color at just over 3 minutes with a great flavor and subtle dank brassy notes similar to that of a Darjeeling. I'm very happy with the purchase and look forward to enjoying many cups. The bag fills approximately 1 gallon sized ziplock, which I have divided up and blended with other teas and mints. It pairs very well with peppermint and spearmint, but I enjoy it often by itself.5Different taste from my usual OolongBottom line, ain't the real deal wrt to how I like my oolong. I am not sure what is the real or expected taste of oolong since there are several leafs from different areas. But coming from Prince of Peace organic oolong which has been my teabag oolong for years, I was looking for a similar taste. This one is different. Does not have that slightly burnt taste and it has a bitter taste2
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