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Oolong

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Somewhere between green teas and black teas sit blue teas or Oolongs. Neither one nor the other, they're in a class of their own, with a unique character and distinctive flavour. Oolongs are some of the most expensive and sought after teas in China - connoisseurs have been known to pay huge sums for tea from specific well-known bushes!

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  • Box of 15 tea bags
  • Eco 50 tea bags Value Pack

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Our Ramsbury Oolong is Formosa Choice - a style of tea that is hugely popular in Taiwan. Try a cup and you’ll soon see why!

Boil a kettle of freshly drawn water, let it cool slightly, then brew a bag of Ramsbury Oolong for 3-4 minutes. Enjoy on its own or with lemon.

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Oolong

Oolong

perfect blue

Somewhere between green teas and black teas sit blue teas or Oolongs. Neither one nor the other, they're in a class of their own, with a unique character and distinctive flavour. Oolongs are some of the most expensive and sought after teas in China - connoisseurs have been known to pay huge sums for tea from specific well-known bushes!