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Oolong Tea

Everything you need to know about oolong tea


There are many types of oolong tea and can be brewed hot or cold.



Interestingly, Oolong tea can derive into different flavours, textures, and colour based on degrees of fermentation.


How Manufacturing & Region Impact Flavour? 


Some flavours tend to bring out a sense of refreshing fragrance, while some have a mellow cooked fragrance, and a smoky scent of flavour.



Heavy Roasted Oolong has the longest fermenting period, and thus will have dark red colour.



In contrast, Iron Goddess will be in golden yellow due to its shorter period of fermentation.



Taiwan established the “Tea Research and Extension Station”, council of Agriculture for the purpose of tea-tree growing and technology improvement.



They study specific margins of mountains that are served for tea-growing, as each mountain consist of different flavours depending on altitudes.



In Contrast, China is the main source of “Iron Goddess” species, there have "Anxi Iron Goddess" which belongs to light roasting, while "Fujian Iron Goddess" belongs to heavy roasting, and Guangdong has "Phoenix Single Cluster ", as a luxurious type of Oolong.



Chinese Tea Gallery sourced a variety of Oolong Tea as mentioned above, and we're now prioritizing on finding the best one that fits Hong Konger’ lifestyle.



We utilize Oolong Tea to infuse with fruits and plants to modernize tea culture, such as our popular pick - Peach Oolong.


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Experience the unique appearance and flavour of Ginseng Oolong


Ginseng Oolong is famous for its unique licorice scent and taste, tangy, sweet, and has a strong long-lasting ginseng aftertaste.



Which helps to reduce greasy and fat, and nourish the stomach.



Ginseng oolong has a unique shape, each of which is moderate and smooth in appearance like river pebbles. 

Discover the sweet and fruity taste of sugar-free Pineapple Oolong


Indulge in the mouth-watering taste of our Pineapple Oolong tea.



Experience the richness and sweetness of our signature pineapple aroma, so captivating that you can even smell the aroma before taking a sip.



You'll be amazed by how perfectly the delicate Oolong tea blends with the pineapple flavour.



Try it now and let the taste of this exquisite tea take you on a tropical journey.

Discover the best occasion to enjoy the delicate flavour of Peach Oolong


Our Peach Oolong are in-house developed for several months, and finally able to blend a flavour that everyone will love.



The tea is a combination of fruit and Oolong Tea, it is sugar-free healthy and has a refreshing taste.



Peach oolong tea is wonderful when cold-brewed, you can smell the delightful peachy fragrance combined with a lightly roasted oolong tea way before it is served, it lingers a refreshing & cooling sensation across your palate.



Benefits include cooling the body and helps to reduce the risk of developing bad cholesterol levels. 

From mountain to cup, embrace the exquisite Number 12, Milky Oolong


The Taiwanese Oolong Tea, which is characterized by its "silky and milky aroma", a signature drink that wellness warriors will enjoy.



It helps to lose weight, lower cholesterol, and protects the liver. The "Tea Research and Extension Station" in Taiwan conducts research through the breeding of tea trees.



After twelve times of research and development, tea tree was successfully produced, and the tea is named as "Taiwan No. 12" emphasizing the twelve times of development.


Immerse in the culture of the traditional oolong tea from its birthplace, Iron Goddess


A familiar taste that every Hong Konger will recognize upon sipping, as it is a traditional Oolong Tea.



It has a feature of golden yellow with a hint of floral fragrance, and is developed from Anxi County in Fujian Province.



The tea has a long-lasting mellow and floral taste with a fragrant aftertaste. 

Unveiling the Secret of this natural Taiwanese Oriental Beauty, bitten by insects  


Also known as Champagne Oolong. 



Rich in natural ripe fruit aroma and honey aroma, it exudes a touch of honey sweetness upon sipping.



During the month of June, in the hot and humid weather of summer, pests - small green leafhoppers - bites the young leaves



Interestingly, bitten tea leaves produce a delicate honey-ish aroma as a defensive mechanism.



This unique aroma then attracts beneficial insects to catch the green leafhoppers and save the tea plants. As a result, pesticides cannot be used, otherwise it will potentially affect the tea leaves.



This premium Taiwanese tea is said to be naturally fragrant, produced through the long-term baptism of nature.



Oriental Beauty has both the sweet and mellow aroma of oolong tea, while has a rich aroma like black tea.



It helps regulate the mind, lower cholesterol, and has antioxidant properties

How Honey Oolong differs from Oriental Beauty? They are under the same family tree


Honey Oolong belongs to the same category as Oriental.


It also needs to be bitten by small green leafhoppers, and the leaves emit a honey-like aroma after tea-making.


However, because it undergoes less fermentation than Oriental Beauty and requires additional steps in the production process, such as kneading and rolling the leaves into ball shapes, its colour is golden-yellow.


Therefore, it has a slightly different ripe fruit and sweet fragrance, and its taste is closer to the classic oolong tea.


Oriental Beauty undergoes longer fermentation and has an aroma similar to black tea, which is the main difference between these two types of tea.

Indulge in the refreshing Lychee Oolong, a perfect summer treat


Satisfy your cravings for a unique and exotic tea experience with our Lychee Oolong tea.



The subtle sweetness of lychee blends perfectly with the fragrant Oolong tea, creating a refreshing and satisfying taste.



The lingering aroma of lychee adds a touch of sophistication to this tea, making it a true treat for your senses.



With every sip, transport yourself to a world of rich and indulgent flavours that will leave you feeling energized and refreshed.

Unleash your taste buds with the blend of Raisin Oolong


Discover the rich and complex taste of our Raisin Oolong tea.



With each sip, experience the layers of flavour that unfold in your mouth, creating a truly indulgent tea experience.



The sweet and fruity aroma of raisins lingers on your palate, leaving a refreshing aftertaste that is both satisfying and invigorating.



For those who love light and fruity tea flavours, our Raisin Oolong is the perfect choice, providing a unique and delicious twist to the traditional oolong tea.



Try it now and satisfy your cravings for a truly exquisite tea experience.

A robust & gentle Red Oolong tea perfect for sensitive stomach


Red Oolong, a special type of Chinese tea, is made through a process with semi-fermentation and semi-roasting.



The tea leaves are shaped into small balls with deep brown colour and golden edges.



It carries a roasted aroma with a rich and mellow taste, making it a lovely entry-level oolong tea and perfect for those who are new to semi-roasted oolong tea.



And because it is not a heavy-roasted oolong tea, tea-lovers can enjoy this tea without upsetting your stomach compared to heavy-roasted options. 



Red Oolong shares the same benefits as traditional oolong tea, such as burning fat, reducing blood pressure, and antioxidant properties.



It has a rich layer of flavour that appeals to those who prefer strong and fragrant Oolong tea.



It is a delicious cup of tea that you shouldn't miss.

Oolong Tea FAQ

How to brew a healthy Peach Oolong Tea?


First add 500ml water (5g tea bags/ 5g loose leaves).



Gently placed the tea into the fridge until it is cold, usually it will take at least 3 hours.



The more hours of steeping, the better flavour it will extract from the tea leaves. Finally, feel free to add some syrup if you enjoy sweetness!