Milk Oolong Tea (Jin Xuan Tea)
202Regular price $11.20
Quite a 'young' blend, Milk Oolongs were created in the '90's. But there's not a drop of milk to be found in this tea, yet the name suggests there is. When drinking you can't help but think it resembles tea with a dash of milk due to its creamy texture in your mouth. We are loving this at the moment and are sure it'll become a new favourite amongst tea connoisseurs.
Oolong teas are not traditionally popular in Australia but in Asia are classified as premium teas. Milk Oolong has a natural floral flavour with very rounded soft creamy notes. Like velvet in your mouth.
How to Brew
Boil fresh water to 80ºc.
Add 1 level tsp for a cup, or a heaped tsp for a pot.
Infusion time: 3 - 5 min. Remove leaves from water to ensure infusion remains smooth not bitter.
Re-infuse up to 3 times.
Oolong tea (camellia sinensis), lychee scent.