Oolong tea is known for its special and intense production process; it is the most labor-intensive of all tea classes. This Milky Oolong goes a step further. “Milky” does not only refer to the creamy character of this tea; milk, or at least steam from milk, is indeed involved. After the tea leaves from the Camellia Sinensis are withered, they are briefly exposed to steaming milk. Subsequently, they are dried and manually rolled into beautiful olive-green balls that impart the same olive-green hue to your cup.
Highly popular among tealovers.
Oolong tea from China