Roasted Oolong Black Tea is derived from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant; the same plant used to make green tea and black tea. The only difference with another type of teas is how it is being processed. All tea leaves contain certain enzymes, which produce a chemical reaction called oxidation. The oxidation process enables the green tea leaves to have a deep black color.
Oolong Tea is has a color that is in between green and black as a result of its partial oxidation.
This tea base is the common choice for shop owners who prefer a strong tea with the umami of a green tea for their milktea (bubble tea) drinks.
Packaging — Tea Bags
Packaging Size — (1 Pack) 600 grams
11g / 50pcs Tea Bags
Shelf Life — 2 Years
Storage Condition — Room Temperature
Origin — Made in Taiwan
Why Order Our Roasted Oolong Black Tea?
✔ Strong and Refreshing — a perfect selection for flavored tea business; can be easily included in your flavored tea list/ menu. Filipinos would love the refreshing taste of this tea, especially those customers that patronize tea stores located in high-end areas/markets;
✔ Health Benefits — known to aid digestion, boost metabolism, neutralize blood sugar, lower cholesterol level, protect your teeth, resulting in healthy hair, among other health benefits;
✔ TOP Quality / Best in the Market Supply — to bring our customer the best tea leaves in the market, our products are carefully selected and tested from reputable suppliers by our Research and Development Team; and
✔ Cost-Effective — quality and cost effeciency are ingredients of our business. Hence, we offer the best tea supplies in the market to help you grow your business.
How To Brew Your Roasted Oolong Black Tea
Easy Preparation of Tea Bags:
(1) Simply put one (1) roasted oolong black tea bag on a brewer containing 250m hot water.
(2) Set for the brew mode. Then, switch on and extract.
(3) Your ready should be ready for sipping!
Traditional Preparation of Tea Bags:
(1) Put 100grms (9pcs to10pcs) of tea leaves into the pot.
(2) Pour Five (5) five liters of hot water (80-90degrees centigrade) into the pot that has tea leaves in it.
(3) Cover the pot; leave the pot covered for a period of fifteen (15) minutes.
(4) After the given time, carefully remove the tea leaves from the pot with hot water in it, and store it in a container that has the capacity to keep the tea hot, such as a thermos.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where to use Roasted Oolong Black Tea?
This can be served with hot water only. Also, this tasted well when mixed/ used for milk teas, fruit teas, and house blend teas.
How to prepare house blend tea with Roasted Oolong Black Tea?
For 16oz serving: use 200cc of tea base, then simply add 20ml to 40ml of sweetener. Add ice cubes so it will be refreshing to drink. Note that the brewed tea bag can be placed on top of the drinks.
Can it be served when it’s not hot/ warm anymore?
Yes, in fact, it can be mixed/ used for a fruit tea. While for milk tea, you need to dissolve the powder ingredients very well. Thus, it is best to use a hot/ warm tea when preparing for a milk tea drink.
What is the recommended recipe for Roasted Oolong Black Tea?
Roasted Oolong Black Tea is recommended for house blend teas as this brings premium and delicate tastes. Add a sweetener when necessary; honey with a squeeze of lemon blends with the taste great.
Any additional/ important information I need to remember in brewing Roasted Oolong Black Tea?
Tea experts in Taiwan do not recommend re-brewing of tea leaves. They have noted that milk tea or boba drinks need consistency for its flavor. Thus, re-brewing/ using of previously brewed tea leaves is not advised as it would affect the taste of the drinks.
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