Organic Oolong Tea
This Darjeeling Oolong uses only top quality trees, plucked in small quantities and processed by hand. It has a shiny, bronze colored infusion with muscatel and wood notes. Large leaves, silvery tips and broad palette of colors is the tea equivalent to the fine stitching and craftsmanship of a luxury automobile. Give it a test drive today!
This Oolong uses a Chinese Tea variety that is grown within one of the top plantations in Darjeeling - Sinbulli. A darker style oolong with an unmistakable character.
Organic oolong Tea
Mild, aromatic with floral notes
Country of Origin
I'm a guy who's not into reviews, but I'm really enjoying this tea! Happy Thanks Giving!
Each person will have their preferences. I have been an Earl Grey fan for years and I use macha for smoothies. Recently I've begun exploring other teas and combinations of teas. I found that macha can be added to black tea, tastes good and is even more healthy that way. Green and black go good together. I often make my hot teas with rice milk or with milk from pasture raised cows. I make it very strong and like it that way. In these warmer days I make black ice teas with lemon of course and I really love the hibiscus, Wow!
So it really is an individual preference what you chose and how you brew it, with innumerable possibilities. But you know that. So all I can say that really serves as a review of value for a perspective customer is why I continue to patronize The Whistling Kettle; Freshness and high quality coupled with fair prices. These people are all about tea. I did my searching and sampling. Now, I need only to return here for the best to enjoy without looking any further. That's it.
I LIKE IT ITS DEFIANTLY GOOD AS A ICED TEA.
I have been a coffee drinker for most of my life. My introduction to drinking hot tea was darjeeling a few years ago. I have tried different brands through the years but the Oolong Darjeeling from the Whistling Kettle is amazing! I look forward to having it every afternoon. It never disappoints. I highly recommend this tea to all tea lovers!
This tea met its description in being floral forward, and did remind me of some darjeeling black teas I've had. It's not my favorite, but it's good.