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Thailand Dong Fang Hong (Bio)
Thailand Dong Fang Hong (Bio)
If you think you've already seen it all, you will be in for a surprise with this one. A hybrid of Qing Xing Da Mao, Ruan Zhi and Jin Xuan is already very promising. An additional blending takes place in the tea garden. Cicada bitten...
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Thailand Dong Fang Mei Ren Oolong (Bio)
Thailand Dong Fang Mei Ren Oolong (Bio)
The Queen of England once called an Oolong from Taiwan the 'Beauty of the East'. Here in the north of Thailand, the conditions are ideal for producing this exceptional tea, made from a hybrid of Qing Xin Da Mao and Ruan Zhi. After the...
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China Qin Xin Black (Bio)
China Qin Xin Black (Bio)
A highly interesting tea from Guizhou, obtained from the cultivar Ruan Zhi. Inspired by the successes from Yunnan and Fujian, an Oolong with nuances of black tea and Dancong was created here as well - and even as an organic variety....
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Japan Kanayamidori Pouchong (Bio)
Japan Kanayamidori Pouchong (Bio)
A Pouchong produced from the Kanayamidori cultivar. Registered as early as 1970, it is one of Japan's older cultivars. Until now it was widely grown in Japan, but now it is increasingly being replaced by the newer cultivars. Kanayamidori...
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South India 'Korakundah' Oolong (Bio)
South India 'Korakundah' Oolong (Bio)
Korakundah, one of the highest tea gardens in India and the world. For this tea, plants of the CR-6017 cultivar were used, which was cultivated from Chinese tea plants. Its thicker stem stores water particularly well and it is also used...
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China Anxi Oolong Black
China Anxi Oolong Black
The leaf of this Oolong is quite untypical for teas from this region. The cultivar, Tie Guan Yin, was deliberately treated differently for this exceptional tea. The valuable first buds from the spring production characterize this tea....
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China Rou Gui Oolong
China Rou Gui Oolong
The Cultivar Rou Gui is native to Fujian Wu Yi and produces heavy and very mineral rock teas. In comparison, this tea is somewhat more aromatic and softer, which is due to a change in soil composition. The result is a quality that...
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Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong
Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong
Dong Ding is Taiwan's largest tea-growing area and is located in Nantou, in the heart of the island. Translated, Dong Ding means 'Icy Peak'. According to tradition, the name originates from tea farmers who came back from the harvest in...
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Thailand Fancy Choice Oolong (Bio)
Thailand Fancy Choice Oolong (Bio)
The way it is made is very reminiscent of Taiwanese Oolong teas, however, the 'Ruan Zhi' cultivar and also the high mountain air with its long-lasting mists provides a very profound and crystalline aroma. In this price range, certainly a...
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Thailand Four Season Oolong (Bio)
Thailand Four Season Oolong (Bio)
The cultivar 'Four Season' comes from the Chinese province of Fujian and stands for a very robust, but also finely pronounced tea. Hand-picked and immediately processed in the mountains, this quality is plucked in the early morning mist...
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Thailand Gao Shan Pouchong (Bio)
Thailand Gao Shan Pouchong (Bio)
A big leaf for a big tea - a Pouchong from Thailand is already something special by itself. The cultivar 'Cing Ching' comes from Indonesia, where it was established a long time ago from China Fujian. This Indonesian variety is more...
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Thailand Jin Xuan Oolong (Bio)
Thailand Jin Xuan Oolong (Bio)
This Oolong bears the name of its cultivar 'Jin Xuan' - known for its light and lively expression. However, it also requires a complex production to elicit the tea's secrets. This process takes a good 12-14 hours. Subsequently, the tea...
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