Oolong fans: Here’s something you might not have tried before. Tea From Taiwan’s Wu Ling Oolong brews up lighter and fruitier than its more floral- and vegetal-flavored siblings. Curious to know why this might be? Or what I thought of this change of pace? Then head on over to my review of Wu Ling Oolong at A Bibliophile’s Reverie!
I was already a fan of oolong teas when we launched Tea Time last June. Since then, I’ve developed an even greater appreciation for this flavorful medium between black and green teas. Today we have another oolong for you, courtesy of Tea From Taiwan. Wu Ling Oolong (also known as Wu-Long) is grown and harvested in the mountains of Taiwan’s Taichung county. What’s fascinating about this particular tea is that, according to Tea From Taiwan, it was grown on land that was once home to a fruit orchard. And as you’ll find out, those soil conditions have contributed to Wu Ling’s light, distinctly flavored brews.
Tea From Taiwan’s Description:“Wu Ling oolong tea (wu-long tea) is our best tea in our regular collection. Wu Ling is a mountain area in Taichung County, and its high altitude (more than 1800 meters) contributes…
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