Fujian Orchid

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This greener, less oxidized oolong from Fujian, China caught our attention with its pronounced floral notes at an entry level price. The small, rolled leaf style offers summery orchid notes that make this a perfect affordable everyday the for the floral oolong lover, or an approachable starter tea for the oolong novice. Called Si Jie Chun, Si Jie meaning “all seasons” and Chun “spring”, making this a great oolong to enjoy any time of year! Great for practicing gong fu brewing without breaking the bank.

From one of China’s most bountiful tea-growing area comes this lush oolong tea as fragrant as the flower in its name and delicious as any fine lightly-oxidized oolong can be. Fujian province is justifiably esteemed for its oolong/wuyi yancha teas and this tea is no exception. Grown along the high elevations of the area’s stunning mountains, it reflects the traditional cultivation and harvesting techniques and superior processing the area has honed for more than 1,600 years. This small, rolled leaf style pouchong is company perfect yet priced for your everyday drinking. Brew gong fu style to elicit every intoxicating drop

Oolong Tea | Moderate caffeine | Steep at 180° for 3 minutes.

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