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Red Oolong Tea

Red Oolong Tea

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Red Oolong belongs to Taiwan Oolong Tea and is produced in Chiayi, Taiwan. Compared with the general oolong tea, the main difference between the red oolong and the ordinary oolong tea lies in the difference in fermentation method. It is the most fermented in the existing oolong tea, but still retains the sauerkraut practice of oolong tea. Because the tea soup is brownish red, the color is like black tea, but the taste still maintains the flavor of oolong tea, hence the name "red oolong". It was first developed by the Taitung branch of the Taiwan Tea Industry Improvement Site in Luye Township, Taitung City. The taste was particularly novel. It was a hit at the time and affected many tea farmers. Therefore, this new practice began to appear in various counties and cities. This tea is as sweet, smooth and smooth as black tea, with some micro oolong tea stamina.

 Product Details

Product NameRed Oolong Tea

MerchandiseTea Leaves

Country of OriginMade in Taiwan

SpecificationLoose Tea (Vacuum Packing)

Packing MethodCans

Net Weight150g±3%%

Gross weight268g±3%

Best Before Date3 years

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Use within 3 years of purchase, and the tea's flavors may decrease after this period. However, it is still safe to drink if previously unopened. Please store the tea in dry places once opened and consume as soon as possible. 

 A Simple Guide To Tea Making

 Tea Storage

Teas are extremely dry products, and the flavors may slowly changed when in contact with air, light, humidity, and high temperature. Regardless of how you keep your teas, an ideal storage location is somewhere that is cool, dry, or store in vacuumed packs with deoxidizers to keep the teas as fresh as possible. If the teas have become damp, you may try drying them in a tea roaster.

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