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Twinings, 100% Pure Oolong Tea, 20 Tea Bags, 1.41 oz (40 g)

£6.95 GBP

Over 300 Years of Experience - Est. 1706 New Look - Same Great Taste Discover the Unique Taste of this Warm, Savoury Tea 20 Individual Tea Bags Sealed for Freshness...

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Over 300 Years of Experience - Est. 1706 New Look - Same Great Taste Discover the Unique Taste of this Warm, Savoury Tea 20 Individual Tea Bags Sealed for Freshness Kosher The Twinning of London Story In 1706, Thomas Twining began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand, London. Today, Twining continues to sell some of the world's best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world. Tea Profile StrengthNotesOrigins 2/4Warm, Toasty, CitrusyFujian Province, China Master Blender's Notes Notes: Warm, Toasty, Citrusy Color: Golden, Honey-Yellow Strength: 2/4 Steep Time: 3 Minutes (Recommended) Oolong tea has a very long and rich history. Its origins are said to go back over 1000 years to the Beiyun region in the Fujian Province in China. Unlike black teas that are fully oxidized or green teas that undergo no oxidation, Oolong is formed through a special technique that results in the tea's partial oxidation. After withering, the tea is placed in muslin sacks and gently rolled. This bruises the leaf slightly, causing some oxidation to occur. That is repeated several times until the the tea leaf turns darker green or reddish in appearance. Our Pure Oolong tea is golden in color with a warm, toasty taste. - Rishi Raaj Deb-MasterBlender

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