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Imperial Tung Ting Oolong

Taiwan - Tung Ting mountain, Lugu town, Nantou county

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net weight: 15g £ 3.20
net weight: 50g £ 9.50
net weight: 100g £ 17.10 19,00
net weight: 250g £ 42.75 47,50
Caddy £ 23.70
net weight 125g

Grown in the mountainous area of Nantou county, this top quality tea is one of the finest Taiwanese Oolong teas, and attributes it's special qualities to the foggy climate. Harvested in the winter to give depth of flavour and produced by hand in the traditional Chinese Gongfu way, the hand picked leaves are rolled to form a distinctive and curly semi ball.

A medium roasted, semi-fermented tea, Tung Ting offers a deliciously mild, sweet, fresh, creamy tasting tea with undertones of honey and nectar and a brilliant golden yellow colour.

Well known for aiding digestion, this tea is perfect for drinking after a meal and has a rich, soft, buttery, sweet aftertaste.

Tung Ting or Dong Ding means "Frozen Summit", which is the mountain in Taiwan on which the original tea plants were grown.

Our tea is sold in multiple packs of 50g.

Name:
Tung Ting Oolong
Chinese Name:
凍頂烏龍茶 Dong Ding Wu Long Cha
Origin:
Lugu town, Nantou county
Cultivar:
Chin Xing
Picking standard:
One bud with one or two leaves
Shape:
Tight curly semi balls
Aroma:
Natural fresh sweet
Liquor:
Golden yellow
Taste:
Fresh, soft sweet, rich, creamy
Time of day:
Afternoon, evening
Brewing:
Multiple, according to taste

Brew the perfect cup of
Tung Ting Jin Xuan Oolong

5 g / 250 ml
100 °C
3 minutes

Bella, Newbury 12 October 2020

Totally delicious and just as good as the tea I got direct from Taiwan. Loving it. I’ll be back.

John, Bristol 27 March 2020

Everything is right about this Tung ting oolong, an absolute pleasure to drink coupled with your superb service. Cheers.

Leonard, Manchester 22 September 2019

A personal favourite, can I say more

Libby, Horsham 13 December 2017

I think your service - sales and customer - has been excellent and I only wish other firms I dealt with online were half as good. So thank you.

Kathryn, Northampton 16 August 2017

I really love the flavour of this tea it has a lot ely taste two it . I would really recommend people to try it . It is a lovely quality tea .

ian, Ealing 28 May 2017

I absolutely love this tea. Beautiful flavour and energy. I bought more after the first taste.

Lee, Ulverston 12 December 2016

Let me start by saying how pleased I was with delivery. It was very fast and the packaging solid. Now to the tea! I brewed mine in a small (120 ml) yixing teapot. 5grms of tea water at 90°c. This is the best dong ding I have tasted yet. Very sweet, floral taste and wonderfull viscous mouthfeel. I got so many steeps from this tea that I lost count. The aftertaste lasted literally for hours and the cha qi (energy) was wonderfully relaxing.
This is becoming ky fave afternoon tea. If you haven't tried tung ting oolong I urge you to try this one. You wont get better quality at this price.

Grown in the mountainous area of Nantou county, this top quality tea is one of the finest Taiwanese Oolong teas,

net weight: 15g £ 3.20
net weight: 50g £ 9.50
net weight: 100g £ 17.10 19,00
net weight: 250g £ 42.75 47,50
Caddy £ 23.70
net weight 125g

Grown in the mountainous area of Nantou county, this top quality tea is one of the finest Taiwanese Oolong teas, and attributes it's special qualities to the foggy climate. Harvested in the winter to give depth of flavour and produced by hand in the traditional Chinese Gongfu way, the hand picked leaves are rolled to form a distinctive and curly semi ball.

A medium roasted, semi-fermented tea, Tung Ting offers a deliciously mild, sweet, fresh, creamy tasting tea with undertones of honey and nectar and a brilliant golden yellow colour.

Well known for aiding digestion, this tea is perfect for drinking after a meal and has a rich, soft, buttery, sweet aftertaste.

Tung Ting or Dong Ding means "Frozen Summit", which is the mountain in Taiwan on which the original tea plants were grown.

Our tea is sold in multiple packs of 50g.