Oolong Tea

Oolong teas are semi-fermented and share the best of both black and green teas. They tend to be full-bodied and smooth with a sweet, fruity aroma and work well for multiple brewings, unlike other types of tea. For centuries, oolongs have been a favorite of the Chinese.

Peach Dynasty
Peach Dynasty
Peaches are a well-traveled fruit. Their journey began in China as a chosen food of emperors. They came to the Mediterranean area by way of the legendary Silk Road, then to America with Spanish explorers in the 1500s. Enjoy this storied fruit-flavored oolong blend either hot or cold.

Ingredients: Oolong tea, organic black tea, black tea, organic green tea, organic osmanthus flowers, natural flavors, jasmine flowers

Loose-leaf full-size tins: $12      Net wt. 3 oz. (85 grams) 28-38 servings

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