MILK OR MILK?
The tea is also known as #12 (how on-trend is that?) or as "Milk Oolong" (Nai Xiang). It literary means “Golden Day Lily”. Originating from Taiwan, this tea’s taste is light and flowery and sometimes compared to milk. This tea variety can be grown at higher altitudes, and the yield is about 20% higher compared to traditional tea varieties. These circumstances made it become one of the most popular varieties among tea farmers in Taiwan and Thailand.
Creamy and buttery
Pure oolong tea
- We have a standard rate of $8.50.
arrives 1 – 10 business days after dispatch depending on state. Free for
orders $60 and over.
Express Shipping - Our express shipping is $24 and will arrive withing 1 – 3 business days after dispatch depending on state.
China, Fujian Anxi
We source our oolong tea in Fujian Anxi – a county in the southern Fujian province, known to many as the Tea Capital of China. The tea plantations are located in the lush mountains and hills, green and sprawling. As beautiful to look at as they are to harvest tea from. The soil is rich thanks to constant rainfall and a moderate sub-tropical climate, and yields the high-quality tea that Anxi is famed for. The high altitude and cool climate produce sweeter leaves than the hotter lower-lying regions, and the mountainous terrain allows for excellent drainage. There’s a reason we source so much of our tea from this region.