Oolong tea is grown
mostly in Taiwan and China.
Oolong tea typically
falls somewhere between black and green when it comes to processing. Some
oolong teas are lightly processed and have a taste that’s closer to green,
though often with floral notes. Others are much closer to black tea, with smoky
or earthy notes.
Oolong teas feature
partly oxidized leaves and combine the taste and colour qualities of black and
green tea. Extremely flavourful and highly aromatic, oolong teas are consumed
without milk and sugar.
Oolong teas are
popular as a tea to help accelerate weight loss. But they also help promote
beauty and health.