Grand Oolong

Half-fermented tea, taste of chesnuts

Half-fermented tea from Taiwan with large leaves which give a delicate taste of chestnuts.

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85 to 90°C
We recommend a water temperature in between 85 to 90°C (185-194°F)

3 min
It is the standard time for infusion, but you can adapt it according to your taste

When to drink ?
Better in the morning 

Dosage2g per cup

To learn more...

Where does Oolong tea come from? 

Do you know Oolong tea? This black tea from China is very popular in Asia and is a must-have for tea lovers! 

If Taiwan has made its specialty it is also produced in China in the regions of Fujian, Guangdong. 

This tea also has a great history. According to the legend, during the Quing dynasty, a Fujian tea farmer saw a deer while he was picking his tea. The man then decided to go hunting for the deer, leaving his harvest behind. He resumed the processing of his tea the next day, but already the leaves had partially oxidized and were giving off new and surprising aromas. It is said that Oolong tea is halfway between green and black tea. It is also called blue tea or green tea

He then started tasting this new beverage and discovered this liquor with a very soft flavor, with almost sweet notes and without bitterness. This man who was nicknamed "Oolong" had just discovered this delicious tea that we enjoy today. 

Of course, this remains a legend and it is up to you to believe it. This is also the magic of tea! 

But how did this tea come to Taiwan? 

It seems that in the early 1800s, a tea merchant from Fujian traveled to Taiwan to bring Camellia Sinensis seeds to see if the conditions were right to grow them. This experiment proved to be very successful. Since then, tea production in Taiwan has become widespread.

During the first half of the 19th century, most of the tea was sent back to Fujian for processing. 

From about 1870, a British man brought tea masters from Fujian to set up tea processing directly in Taipei. This was a success and the following year 127 tons of tea produced in Taiwan (called Formosa tea) were shipped to the United States. Today Oolong tea is the most exported type of tea from Taiwan.

When should I drink Oolong tea? 

Grand Oolong is ideal in the morning. It is a non-bitter liquor and perfect for a smooth breakfast. 

Drinking Oolong tea first thing in the morning allows you to benefit from all its advantages

The tea is very rich in polyphenols, a powerful antioxidant that helps prevent cell aging. Perfect to improve blood circulation and fight against diseases related to aging. Antioxidants help maintain better cardiovascular health by optimizing and reducing the risk of stroke. 

Semi-fermented tea is also very rich in many minerals: calcium, copper, manganese, potassium, selenium and several vitamins. It is of course also rich in theine. This makes it a perfect drink to regain energy! 

Finally, drinking tea helps to keep you hydrated on a daily basis. A hydrated body is a healthy body. It helps prevent digestive problems, skin problems, headaches...

How to prepare Oolong tea ? 

How to prepare this delicious Grand Oolong tea so that it releases all the splendor of its aromas? It is simple: 

We advise you to let 2 grams of tea infuse for 3 minutes in simmering water between 85°C and 90°C. But we can never repeat it enough: the secret of a good tea is to enjoy it first! 

You can shorten this time if you prefer a lighter taste, or lengthen it for a more intense result. 

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Thierry D. published the 28/06/2024 following an order made on 13/06/2024



Isabelle I. published the 14/06/2024 following an order made on 29/05/2024


Ce thé n'est pas trop à mon gout.Question de gout personnel ne remet pas en cause la qualité.

Celine F. published the 16/01/2024 following an order made on 03/01/2024


Surprise par son gout original.

Corinne M. published the 11/03/2023 following an order made on 26/02/2023


Conforme à la description, parfum délicat.

Anonymous A. published the 13/11/2022 following an order made on 01/11/2022


Très bon goût et agréable de couleur j’ai été attifé sur ce produit lors d’un reportage TV échappée belle ! J’ai voulu tester je suis très contente