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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.
 
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    Tie Luo Han
    Tie Luo Han
    (rating: 4.5 out of 5)
      Tie Luo Han
     
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    A good, smoky Wu Yi oolong. Because I rarely indulge in black tea, this one usually provides a good kick every morning.

    James (4/26/2012)
     
    婆宅我心, 为何哭丧 丧后三更, 泪如东海 海狮山下, 一口圆满 为何 ?

    Alvin (2/3/2012)
     
    This tea a pleasant smoky taste, but not too much of it. I don´t know how they do this, but it seems like the process is legitimate basing on the taste. It goes well with a little honey- I´ve decided to give up my regular market tea bags with my honey and will use Tie Luo Han instead.

    Ronald (12/16/2011)
     
    To put it simple: the most intensive oolong I´ve ever tasted. For ten years I´ve been searching for the best oolong out there and now I found it. Dark, malty, smoky, intense, good for multiple infusions and still preserving the aroma of the first one. I dislike the taste of much higher priced "floral" oolongs, so this one is currently the best for me. Also the best oolong of Teaspring´s extensive collection.

    Andrej (12/10/2011)
     
    A very good tasting tea that invigorates. This oolong tea met my expectations of a quality product at the very first sip.

    Ronald (10/3/2011)
     
    Absolutely lovely fermented oolong. My favorite of Teaspring´s offerings.

    Matthew (1/31/2011)
     
    A strong and nice wuyi oolong, reminds me of Da Hong Pao.

    Terje (11/30/2010)
     
    A great strong Oolong tea; pleasing body with very light notes of "say" citrus.

    Christopher (7/3/2010)
     
    cel mai bun ceai din cate am baut vreodata.recomand tuturor.

    costel (6/16/2010)
     
    A little bit more smokey then expected, and not too much sweetness.

    Ben (5/3/2010)
     
    A great high-oxidation oolong at a nice price. Very good sipping on cold winter mornings.

    James (2/10/2010)
     
    A very full-bodied flavour. Quite amazed that the flavour remains strong even after 7 infusions. Worth trying.

    Chang (11/9/2009)
     
    This is one the more expensive Wu YI oolongs offered by TeaSpring, and I understand why. It is one the best. Extremely smooth, full-mouthfeel, and very sweet. To me, I tasted chocolate and smelled vanilla notes. This TLH is going to be one my favorite oolongs! Highly recommended!

    Kei (9/14/2009)
     
    The iron warrior monk from the Wu Yi Mountain is still in its own good fighting mood. I am falling more and more in love with those dark wulongs.

    Peter (6/30/2009)
     
    Just love this one, smooth and full bodied, your typical wuyi taste and more.

    Daniel (6/19/2009)
     
    Some of the best wuyi I´ve had for the price. After months of trying to get a friend into good tea I gave him this and he ordered a 100gr bag and new yixing within the hour.

    Gary (10/26/2008)
     
    Very pleasant. Taste stays long in mouth. A little went a long way, may be I used only half of my usual measure.

    Peter (9/23/2008)
     
    I love Tie Luo Han and this doesn´t disappoint at all. I´ve had a more expensive version of this tea and this offering compares very well indeed. I shall be buying more.

    Thomas (8/26/2008)
     
    The fire character is very strong in this tea. I was hoping to find a little more balance as well as body in the liqueur. It may be that I need to vary the steeping parameters (lower temperature and longer brew time?) somewhat to improve on the flavor profile.

    Vuong (8/9/2008)
     
    The leaves of this tea are long twisted and gray the smell of the fresh leaves closely resembles chocolate with a hint of fruit. This tea is dark and sweet. the liquor is thick, cots your mouth nicely and stays there for about 45 seconds then your mouth starts to feel mint.

    ryan (2/14/2008)
     
    un gout surprenant avec un arriere gout de chocolat. tres agreable au palais. j’enrecommanderai des qu’il sera disponible

    SYLVIE (9/14/2007)
     
    Acceptable but not incredible to me. The dry aroma was good but not strong.

    Wanda (6/3/2007)
     
    A very full-bodied flavour. Quite amazed that the flavour remains strong even after 7 infusions. Worth trying.

    Chang (5/14/2007)
     
    I enjoyed the slightly roasty aroma and sweetness of this tea.

    Jennifer (12/5/2006)
     
    Very good dark oolong. Very balanced flavour which developes during multiple infusions. Fresh one. Herbal and fruity notes. Hint of cinnamon and dark chocolate.

    Kim (10/11/2006)
     
    robust, full-bodied, good for many satisfying infusions

    Michael (10/5/2006)
     
    One of my favourtes. A little pricey, but it worth the money spent.

    Armandas (8/10/2006)
     
    The aroma of this oolong is nothing short of amazing. Brewed gongfu style in a gaiwan, its aroma filled my large kitchen. The taste is fabulous and holds up well to multiple brewings. Drink this, and you’ll realize how much bad oolong you’ve been exposed to before -- and how you never want to drink them again!

    Andrew (5/5/2006)
     
    Very good oolong Tea suitable brewing in Kun Fu style with good after taste.

    Chung (4/10/2006)
     
    Strongly reccomend!

    Armandas (9/2/2005)
     


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