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Chinese oolong teas are a type of partially oxidized tea that fall somewhere between green and black teas in terms of oxidation level. They are known for their complex and nuanced flavors, which can range from floral and fruity to earthy and toasty.
Some of the most popular Chinese oolong teas include:
Tie Guan Yin: Also known as Iron Goddess, Tie Guan Yin is a highly prized oolong tea from Fujian province. It has a rich, creamy flavor and a floral aroma.
Da Hong Pao, or Big Red Robe, is a rare and expensive oolong tea from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian province. It has a smoky, roasted flavor and a lingering aftertaste.
Shui Xian, or Water Sprite/Fairy, is a dark and aromatic oolong tea from Wuyi Mountains. It has a rich, earthy flavor with hints of chocolate and a floral aroma.
Phoenix Bird Dan Cong is a unique oolong tea from Guangdong province. It is made from a single tea tree and has a complex flavor profile with notes of fruit, flowers, and honey.
Chinese oolong teas are a great choice for tea lovers who are looking for a more complex and nuanced flavor experience.