Oolong Teas

We love its dark, mahogany color and its rich, earthy flavor. We also love its pale amber liquor and its delicate, slightly sweet flavor.

If oolongs had a sign, it would be Gemini. Of all the tea varieties, their nature is by far the most split. They can be as rich as black tea or as light as green tea, and true oolong fans appreciate all of their varied qualities. Each oolong in our line has been selected for its unique character and flavor profile, from the delicate, floral Magnolia Oolong to the dark, woodsy Formosa. Sip an oolong from each extreme—you’re sure to love its personality, no matter which you end up with.

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This beautiful oolong is a so dark and bold that it’s nearly a black tea. The large, coarse leaves brew up into a brassy-colored liquor with a mellow, satisfying taste that’s slightly earthy, but smooth as glass. Naturally low in caffeine, this brew makes a great substitute for those looking to cut back. Great hot or iced.


This elegant Green Dragon Oolong is processed in the Tung Ting Jade Style. The leaves are grown in the Tung Ting Mountains in Taiwan and are less oxidized, producing a much greener, sweeter tea. This aromatic and floral tea exhibits a bright golden green liquor that is richly smooth and buttery. Very easy on the palate, our Green Dragon Oolong provides a little hint of soft grassy notes and young coconut. Best served hot and enjoyed often.


Our Ti Kuan Yin is an elegant Chinese Oolong that produces a light floral aroma from a pale golden liquor. When stepped, the tightly rolled leaves will unfurl into large green leaves that blossom with a delectable and distinctive savoriness that can be enjoyed several times. Ti Kuan Yin provides a light nutty flavor with a soft, vegetal and toasted rice note similar to that of Gen Mai Cha and finishes dry, with a buttery smooth end. This high quality tea is best served hot and is an excellent addition to any meal.