Oolong Tea


Oolong tea is semi-oxidized, meaning it is in between black tea and green tea. Oolong teas do not have the grassy flavor or green tea, but aren't as strong as black tea. Oolongs have some of the most complex and labor intensive processing methods, which gives them perhaps some of the most prized and unique flavor profiles of all tea groups.

The Whistling Kettle Tea Darjeeling Oolong 'Liza Hill'

Darjeeling Oolong, Liza Hill Estate

Liza Hill, part of the premium section of the Risheehat plantation. This Chinese clonal variety h...

Regular $5.00 - $85.00
Rating: 4.64 out of 5
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Top mound picture of The Whistling Kettle Iron Goddess of Mercy oolong tea.

Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong (Ti Kuan Yin)

This delicate oolong is grown in China's high hilltops among fresh streams and cool, crisp air. T...

Regular $3.00 - $34.00
Rating: 4.41 out of 5
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Top mound picture of The Whistling Kettle Jade Oolong tea.

Jade Oolong

This tea is sourced directly from the Tung Ting Mountains in Taiwan. The name Jade Oolong perfect...

Regular $5.00 - $64.00
Rating: 4.67 out of 5
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Japanese Oolong tea mound

Japanese Oolong

When one thinks of Oolong, Japan isn't a growing region that typically comes to mind. Most oolong...

Regular $8.00 - $43.00
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Top mound picture of The Whistling Kettle Milk Oolong tea.

Milk Oolong (Jin Xuan / Nai Xiang / #12)

Each sip of this oolong tea brings to mind buttery pastries and sweet custard. Milk Oolong is nat...

Regular $4.00 - $46.00
Rating: 5.0 out of 5
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