Oolong is neither a black tea nor a green tea; it falls into its own category of tea. This speciality, which had originally been produced in the Taiwanese mountains, after plucking, the teas are fermented to approximately 50% and then wilted in the sun.
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Tea Bridge is glad to bring you a new knowledge about tea and its benefits to your health. Ensuring that you will enjoy a high quality product. Oolong, also known as blue tea, is partially oxidised. It is very light in the cup and has a very flowery and spicy taste.