‘Phoenix Supreme’ Oolong tea is picked from bushes that grow on the Wudong peak of Phoenix Mountain in Guarngdong Province, China.

It is made in small batches by and expert tea master and gathered twice a year, between April and May, and October and November.

It has a fragrant fruity aroma and a smooth, very refreshing flavour.


11 thoughts on “OOLONG TEA..

  1. I have tried Oolong a few times, but it has never really appealed to me as much as some other teas. Perhaps I need to try the right Oolong though – I know there are many varieties. My current favourite is a Chinese black tea called Yunnan.


    1. There are a number of oolongs like you say Tom, I am going to cover them all then I guess its just a case of trying the one you fancy the most. 🙂


  2. I may be Chinese but don’t ask me about Chinese teas…Totally clueless…

    Am so embarrassed whenever we go to a restaurant for dim sum and the waitress asks what tea we’d like.
    They serve two kinds of Chinese tea and I always forget their names; only know that one is dark and the other is light (which I prefer as I find the dark one too strong for my liking).

    Might try this one though if Sainsbury’s/Tesco stock them. 🙂


    1. lol, you did make me laugh with your comment :)) there are more oolong teas so I will write about each one then you can decide which one you fancy trying :):)


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