WuLong Tea Production Video

Since this is my debut post for my brand new site, I thought I’d start things off with a video showing the production of hand-made wulong tea (also referred to as wu-long or oolong tea). […]

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Wuyi Oolong Tea

Wuyi oolong tea is a distinctive, complex wulong tea that comes from the Wuyi Mountains located in the northwest part of the Fujian province of China. Wuyi oolong tea sprouts and grows in the gaps of the rock in the Wuyi Mountains making the cultivation of these plants both difficult but also spectacular. Wuyi Mountain is a large volcanic mountain that contains a variety of vertical cliffs, gorges and cave systems. […]

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Wulong Tea

by Clara

Wulong tea is a traditional Chinese tea that’s more commonly known as Chinese oolong tea. This tea comes from the same plant, camellia sinesis, as black, green and white tea, the difference between them is the way they are processed and the degree of oxidation or fermentation.

Wulong teas are more complicated to process than other teas as they require more steps over a longer period of time. The process naturally allows more personalization by the tea master which results in an wide variety of wu long teas for a tea lover to choose from.

Chinese oolong tea is semi-oxidized ranging somewhere between green tea and black tea in oxidation — green teas are un-oxidized while black teas are fully oxidized. This variety of tea can range between […]

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My Wulong Tea Pot

Any tea drinker acknowledges the importance of the tea pots you prefer. As you drink tea on a regular basis you recognize there are several facets of a tea pot which may make the tea drinking experience better or not quite as fine from the looks to the functionality of it.

I recognize the look and feel of my mom’s day-to-day tea pot will be ingrained in my memory for years to come. It is appealing yet durable and it is also practical, which is probably why it stuck around for so long. When I stopped to think about it I realized she has been using that tea pot on a regular basis for over twenty years, and she is still employing it. […]

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