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Types of Oolong Tea
Origin: Northern Fujian refers to the northern region of Fujian Province in China, such as Wuyi Mountain and Anxi County.
Features: Northern Fujian oolong tea usually has floral and fruity aroma and a soft taste. Tea leaves sometimes have a flat shape.
Famous Tea: Wuyi Rock Tea is one of the representatives of northern Fujian oolong tea, including Da Hong Pao, Shui Jin Gui, etc.
Origin: Minnan refers to the southern region of Fujian Province in China, such as Anxi County and Fengwu.
Features: Southern Fujian oolong tea usually has floral, jasmine aroma and a touch of sweetness. The leaves of tea leaves are mostly flat in shape.
Famous Tea: Tieguanyin is the representative of southern Fujian oolong tea, and there are also Anxi Lan Xiang Oolong and so on.
Origin: Guangdong Province, especially the Phoenix Mountain area.
Features: Guangdong oolong tea is famous for its diverse aroma and taste. The tea leaves have a variety of aromas, such as almond, floral and fruity.
Famous Tea: Fenghuang Dancong is one of the representatives of Guangdong oolong tea, including apricot blossom, plum blossom and other fragrances.
Origin: Taiwan is the origin of Taiwanese oolong tea, of which Alishan, Oriental Beauty and Pineapple Gete are the most famous.
Features: Taiwan Oolong tea is characterized by its fresh mountain aroma, floral and fruity aroma, and its taste is rich and long-lasting.
Famous Tea: Alishan Oolong Tea, Dongfang Meiren Tea and Pine Oolong are all popular tea products in Taiwan.
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What is Oolong Tea?
Oolong tea is neither black nor green. However, Oolong tea may have black tea characteristics or green tea characteristics, which is related to the approach taken by the tea master during the processing of the tea leaves.
What is the best way to drink oolong tea?
The best way to savor oolong tea is to brew it in a small cup. For every 100 ml of water, 5 grams of Oolong tea can be brewed. The water used to brew oolong tea must be clean to ensure the flavor. Most Oolong teas are suitable for boiling water.