All Natural Vintage Wuyi Oolong (Wu Long) Tea – 100 Individually Wrapped Teabags – 7.0 Oz

Vintage Wuyi Oolong is from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian, where mists, clouds and unique soil conditions produce teas of exceptional character. Hand plucked leaves are carefully sorted, allowed to oxidize partially, and skillfully fired to make this golden, amber-color brew. Wuyi Oolong has a bold, long-lasting flavor and an inviting aroma. Each tea’s distinctive character is produced by a unique combination of climate, altitudes, and soil conditions. Wuyi oolong will make a smooth, rounded cup with a slightly toasty fragrance and long lingered sweetness.

Product Features

  • Fresh Arrival of Vintage Wuyi WuLong Tea! Oolong tea, called Wu Long in Mandarian, is a Chinese tea which has been enjoyed for many centuries in China. A recent Japanese research shows that daily consumption of Oolong tea (3-4 cups) is effective in the control of body weight. Oolong tea is a partially-fermented tea, beween green tea (unfermented) and black tea (fermented).
  • The antioxidants in green tea are believed to reduce the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
  • It is great for cup, pot, or iced tea! Product of China!
  • 0 Fat, 0g Carbohydrate, 0 Calorie. Each box contains 100 individually wrapped tea bags. NT Wt. 7.0 oz. We are Selling by weight, not by unit. So purchase multiple units will help you reduce base shipping charge!
  • Great for Tea Weight LOSS self-help program!

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2 Responses to “All Natural Vintage Wuyi Oolong (Wu Long) Tea – 100 Individually Wrapped Teabags – 7.0 Oz”

  1. Fine Ooolong (Wu Long) Tea Sometimes I feel like I’ve been on a diet forever. Of course, I haven’t been — I’ve been on and off one or another, then back again.I don’t believe any tea is a wonder cure for everything, but I find tea helpful in managing my appetite, my stress levels, and outlook on life. I drink this Oolong tea, really enjoy it, and suspect it helps me feel less hungry in the midafternoon.I’ve heard it’s rich in anti-oxidants, and promotes the burning of fat. It may well be. I’ve…

  2. Great tea 0

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