Oriental Beauty Taiwan Oolong Tea
This white tip oolong carries a peachy tone. In the 1960s, after Queen Elizabeth tasted this tea and saw the flaunting movements of these twisted leaves in her teapot, she named it "Oriental beauty". Since then, this Formosa Oolong became popularized in the West as Oriental beauty.
Oriental beauty has a distinct flavour that came from the inclusion of insect eggs and its sac during harvest, this contributes an element often described as earthier and robust than the earl grey tea. Consequently, its pleasant flavour has lead to tolerance of organic growing practice for Oriental beauty tea.
Drinking oolong tea offers a range of health benefits. It's packed with antioxidants that help reduce inflammation and boost immunity. Oolong tea also improves heart health by reducing cholesterol levels and promoting healthy blood flow. Additionally, it has been linked to weight loss, improved mental alertness, and increased bone density.
1 tbs per 1 cup; 90 degree Celsius of hot water