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Flowery sweet aroma combined with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste, Chinese Oolong tea never loses its appeal no matter how often you drink it. Chinese Oolong tea increases your body energy, promotes metabolism, controls obesity and helps to regulate ageing.
 
  Chinese Oolong Tea
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    Bai Hao Oolong
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    Bai Hao Oolong
    (rating: 4.3 out of 5)
      Bai Hao Oolong
     
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    One of my favorites at this moment in time. Strong taste and flavor almost like a black tea but still have the longlasting quality of a oolong.

    Thomas (6/15/2014)
     
    This oriental beauty is not the best that Ive ever had however, this version definitely will not disappoint. With colorful leaves and white buds this tea is always one of my favourites.

    Ben (6/3/2014)
     
    One of my favorite dark oolongs. Easy to like .Great choice for beginner.

    Thomas (5/25/2014)
     
    One of my favorite dark oolongs. Easy to like .Great choice for beginner.

    Thomas (5/25/2014)
     
    Приятный улун - по вкусу напоминает черный чай с легким фруктовым послевкусием.

    Alena (5/13/2014)
     
    Nice one, taste like a black tea, but with more complex flavor.

    Thomas (11/26/2013)
     
    Rich and smooth taste with a pleasing aroma-subtle hints of roses and peaches, and a fruity tart aftertaste. Lovely leaves. More oxidization than a Dan Cong or a Tie Guan Yin, but not as oxidized as the dark Wuyi oolongs. Its a medium strength tea. Almost devoid of astringency notes. High quality tea. Can be infused multiple time. Highly recommended.

    Kei (8/3/2013)
     
    Great tea at a really nice price! Refreshing and tasteful!

    Martin (11/22/2012)
     
    product good, but I have better result brewing tea at 185 degrees for 5.5 minutes

    Michael (5/6/2012)
     
    product good, but I have better result brewing tea at 185 degrees for 5.5 minutes

    Michael (5/6/2012)
     
    product good, but I have better result brewing tea at 185 degrees for 5.5 minutes

    Michael (5/6/2012)
     
    Not bad tea for the price. But still my favorite Oolong is Tie Guan Yin.

    Andrei (3/12/2012)
     
    Good oolong with light fruit taste.It looks very nice when its dry.

    Slava ZM (12/20/2011)
     
    This is definitely one of the best Taiwanese Oolong with a peachy sweet after taste

    Chee Meng (2/16/2011)
     
    A very classic tasting and looking Oriental Beauty (Bai Hao Oolong.) Most of the leaves are white and long, this has a great sweetness, and a wonderful lingering aftertaste. Would recommend shorter brew for a more sweeter refreshing taste.

    Ben (12/16/2010)
     
    Very good Bai Hao. The condition of the leaves is very consistent. Meets my standards of four infusions.

    James (12/14/2010)
     
    Very smooth flavour, with a hint of ripe peach blossoms. Many infusions are possible.

    Jana (7/22/2010)
     
    Never tried oolong before. The taste resembles black tea but much softer. Very relaxing, so not suitable for a morning drink.

    Ilya (6/24/2010)
     
    This one is really nice , especially if youre a fan of darjeeling. Really smooth and flowery taste. Just perfect. :)

    sylvain (5/31/2010)
     
    Very pleasant taste with a nice aroma. A mildly strong tea, reminiscent more of black teas. Leaves are beautiful.

    John (3/29/2010)
     
    sweet aroma, though the taste is not strong and doesnt last long.

    Anna (3/4/2010)
     
    I found this to be an excellent quality oolong tea and I recommend it.

    Christopher (11/3/2009)
     
    This is top Tea to me it has many flavors and it is refreshing to sip-its nice and good very much like it-more than all the teas I have had-it has good energy-I could say more but will sip it and enjoy it instead of so much words about it- always have some of this tea very good Ben

    michael (10/3/2009)
     
    Good floral flavors. Only lasts for a couple steeps

    Ryan (9/24/2009)
     
    An excellent Baihao tea. The dry tea leaves are very beautiful. After steeping, the taste is sweet and smoothy. Very special and exciting.

    Wei (12/29/2008)
     
    I should have been expecting the taste of the tea based on the other descriptions, but I was nonetheless somewhat disappointed. There is a nice cocoa-honey-malt thing going on, but with none of the floral qualities that Id come to expect from a good oolong. The leaves are completely oxidized and it seems more like a black tea than an oolong. If this is your thing, then youll probably enjoy the tea more than I did.

    Christopher (11/22/2008)
     
    I still feel this is a good tea, sweet and easy to like. But it not particular challenging.

    Thomas (10/25/2008)
     
    A good tea right after meals. The taste is easy to like, sweet and not to complex.

    Thomas (10/11/2008)
     
    like black tea but without the heaviness or bitterness, capable of six or seven infusions. The leaves are downright beautiful.

    James (9/29/2008)
     
    A nice Bai Hao--attractive leaves, pleasant spicy/sweet scent to the dried leaves, lovely golden liquor with that autumny sweetness I enjoy in Bai Hao oolong.

    Jennifer (7/29/2008)
     
    A truly unique tea, at least to this novice taster. Pre-steeped, the leaves have a sweet, molasses-like smell. Very pleasant. Once brewed the odor is closer to a light Darjeeling, or maybe an English Evening tea blend. The flavor is similar to these also, only a bit sweeter and more mild, with more depth, with less astringency. Highly enjoyable!

    Jason (6/27/2008)
     
    Good quality leaves. Taste reminds me of dry plums.

    Milan (6/3/2008)
     
    The tea leaves are multi-colored and beautifully twisted. The dried leaves are brown with white tips, and once steeped, they turn a uniform dark red. The aroma and taste of the tea are present and distinct but not overwhelming. Overall, a well balanced tea.

    Vuong (5/27/2008)
     
    Even though somebody does not like it very much I have a different opinion. In my country I have to pay twice more for the same quality. I can tell it because I compared both teas (prepared by classical and Gong-Fu style). I love this Bai Hao Oolong and Im going to order more. No broken leaves, no dust. It makes me nervous a little bit if I get the same tea next time. (But I will see. I have only the best experience with Teaspring.) As I wrote above, I didnt find any broken leaves or dust in bought teas at all. Perfect quality. Jiri Holoubek. Vsetaty. The Czech Republic

    Jiri (5/3/2008)
     
    It tastes like black tea with sugar. Its O.K if you like that style.

    CHONGCHEN (7/13/2007)
     
    I purchased this tea in Spring 2007, so the tea I got is probably not a recent pick. This batch is pleasant to drink, but the leaves are mostly broken and the scent, which is usually quite strong and Autumn/floral, was somewhat fainter than normal. The liquor is a nice golden color and the taste is very pleasant, but again, not as strong as formerly. I would recommend this tea, but would recommend that interested parties also try to get a batch when it is freshest, to see what it is really capable of.

    Jennifer (6/16/2007)
     
    While this is not the very best Baihao Oolong, its certainly worth the price. This has the beautiful color and aroma one expects from Baihao, and the taste is very pleasant.

    Gerald (3/17/2007)
     
    Sweet and smooth. I could develop an addiction to this one.

    Merete (1/20/2007)
     
    Sweet and flavorful, and very hard to mess up the brewing!

    Jennifer (11/30/2006)
     
    Delicious tea, easy to brew and good for several steeps.

    Jennifer (11/30/2006)
     
    Nice smooth tea and holds up to multiple brewings. At least two really good rounds.

    sarah (11/22/2006)
     
    Beautiful leaves, wonderful fragrance and taste. This tea is easy to brew, refreshing, and delicious!

    Jennifer (11/8/2006)
     
    Nicely sweet, but not overly so, with a definite cinnamon taste at times. If there were such a thing I would consider this a dessert tea, something to savor after a meal. I would definitely buy this again.

    Jeff (10/7/2006)
     
    slightly bitter, many other better grades on the market

    Michael (10/5/2006)
     
    I do not like this tea. It combines the flavors of a fermented oolong with a very strongly brewed white tea. Perhaps an acquired taste?

    Greg (1/24/2006)
     
    Good taste

    Jeff (12/30/2005)
     


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