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Buy 1 Free 1 Aged Oolong Tea Year 1995 Fujian (100g)
Buy 1 Free 1 Aged Oolong Tea Year 1995 Fujian (100g)
Buy 1 Free 1 Aged Oolong Tea Year 1995 Fujian (100g)

Buy 1 Free 1 Aged Oolong Tea Year 1995 Fujian (100g)

Product Code 1235000030
RM199.00

RM298.00



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Aged Oolong tea is Oolong tea. Product origin from China Fujian. This product is Year 1995, net weight 100g.

Aged Oolong Tea Year 1995 Fujian (100g)


Product Introduction

Oolong Tea is generally regarded as a semi-fermented tea and is principally manufactured in Fujian, China. Application of the most exquisite processing technique has yielded a highly refined tea. This one-of-a-kind tea combines the qualities of both green and black tea. The stout and crinkly tea leaves give an extremely smooth and flavourful  infusion with a hint of natural flora, fruity aroma and a rich, mellow aftertaste. Each serving of leaves can be brewed many times, offering a delightful everyday beverage that soothes and delights with every sip.



Product Origin:
China Fujian
Ingredient: Tea Leaves
Weight: 100g
Year of Production: 1995
Tea Type: Oolong Tea
Tea Intensity: Yellowish Orange
Fragrance: smooth and flavourful, flora, fruity aroma
Taste: Rich, mellow after taste


Brewing The Perfect Cup

Tea Ware Selected:
Purple Clay, Porcelain, Ceramic or Glass Brewing Vessel
Brewing Hints:
Add tea leaves to the brewing vessel until 1/3 filled. Pour 95°C fresh boiled water into brewing vessel and drain the tea infusion off immediately. First brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew.
For the second brew, refill the brewing vessel with 95°C fresh boiled water, steep for approximately 30 Seconds to extract the full flavour. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.


Storage:
Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour

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