Although oolong teas are primarily grown and harvested in concentrated areas of China and Taiwan, the regions in which they are grown are somewhat expansive with varying climates and growth conditions. Thus, we have a wide array of unique oolongs with flavors and aromas ranging from robust and roasted to floral and round. With so many different oolong teas, we could easily fill up a book trying to explain them all. So instead of focusing to broadly, we’ve decided to elaborate on some of the more popular variants of oolong tea, most of which you can find right here at Art of Tea.
*Chinese Oolong Teas
Wuyi Oolong yields a heady, floral aroma with a rich, round finish – perfect for introducing the palate to the engaging world of oolongs.