Oolong is a semi-oxidised leaf, neither black nor green, it is somewhere in-between according to the tea cultivars preferences and desired flavour specification.
Oolong literal meaning: Black Dragon Tea
During processing the leaves are picked and typically pan fried using either Tallow-seed oil, Linseed Oil or something similar in order to prevent the leaves from sticking to the cast iron pans.
This particular oolong is an orthodox leaf with a pleasant nutty characteristic and light roasted notes thanks to the pan roasting process.
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Allergens Note: Packed in an environment that contains nuts and/or other allergens.