• The Whistling Kettle Tea Darjeeling Oolong 'Liza Hill'
  • Cup of Darjeeling Oolong tea next to mounds of Dajreeling Oolong loose leaf tea.
  • The Whistling Kettle Tea Darjeeling Oolong 'Liza Hill'
  • Darjeeling Oolong, Liza Hill Estate tea in 1lb and 4oz bags

Darjeeling Oolong, Liza Hill Estate

Product information

$5.00

Description

Liza Hill, part of the premium section of the Risheehat plantation. This Chinese clonal variety has the flowery, delicately aromatic qualities with some underlying spiciness. It's complex flavor makes it a sought after variety at tea auctions.

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Ingredients & More Info

Ingredients: Organic oolong Tea
Origin: India (Darjeeling)
Caffeine Content: Medium

Servings

  • Sample (4-6 servings)
  • 4oz (64 servings)
  • 8oz (128 servings)
  • 16oz (256 servings)

Brewing Guide

For the best tasting cup we recommend the following:

Water

8 oz

Temperature

195° F

Serving Size

1 Tsp

Time

3 mins

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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J
Jamie
Absolute favorite

Darjeeling Oolong is a staple in my tea collection; very high quality and the second steep is just as nice as the first.

C
C Stroud
fragrant Darjeeling

Enjoyable cup of Darjeeling tea today. Steeped 3 min as noted and very pleasant aroma and flavor. Will need to order more for Fall and Winter days. Pleased to find such wonderful Darjeeling.

G
George Webb
Subtle flavor

As Darjeeling goes,this has a nice subtle taste but I guess I lean toward a stronger more am dominant tea. A good tea just not for me.

S
Sachie Takaku
Best of two qualities...

I love this tea so much because of its sophistication of Darjeeling while enjoying the health benefits of high quality Oolong. One of my must-have teas.

D
David Matheny
Perhaps my favorite tea

Simply a great tea! I might recommend just a slightly higher temperature than recommended, and while one teaspoon is good for 3 brewings, I would increase the brew time by 10 seconds or so on the third brew.