Chinese New Year Coconut Oolong


Item No. 350736

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We’re (coco)nuts for our Coconut Oolong. (If we had to take a guess, we think you will be too.)

Vegan SuitableVegetarian

  • Full Description

    We’ve crafted a blend of high-quality Taiwanese oolong and coconut flakes – not forgetting a sprinkle of apple for a hint of delicious sweetness.

    • Tea type:  Oolong

    • Number of servings (using 1tsp/ 2g per cup): 50g = 25 cups

    • Ideal for using with:  Glass Pao Infuser MugChelsea Glass Teapot with Infuser and Infusers & Strainers

  • Ingredients

    Oolong Tea, Coconut flakes, Apple, Flavouring

    Suitable for vegetarians and vegans

  • Product Specifications
    Code: 350736

    Weight: 50g

    Box Height: 9.1cm

    Box Width: 10.7cm

    Box Depth: 7cm

    Storage: Store in a cool dry place. Once opened store in an airtight container away from strong light and odour.

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  • Reviews




Creamy, with a coconutty caramel sweetness


Enjoy alone - its sweetness is treat enough




Who would have thought that the cause of 2.5 per cent of injuries treated at a New Guinea hospital would be falling coconuts? Well, it was recorded in a report in 1984, so we’ve numbered our Coconut Oolong 984. We’ll stick to it in our tea, thanks…

Brew the Perfect cup

Teaspoons (2 grams)


1 cup

200ml water

90 degrees


3-5 mins

Origin: Taiwan

Taiwan has only been producing tea since the mid-17th century, but it's already become world-famous for its extraordinarily complex oolongs – from sweet and buttery varieties grown at high altitudes to darkly roasted oolongs with a robust, nutty taste.

What’s the story behind this year’s celebration?

The Chinese zodiac cycle repeats every 12 years, with an animal assigned to each year. The 12 zodiac signs are in order, the second of which is the Ox. Legend has it that the order was determined by the Jade Emperor who wanted to appoint 12 animals as palace guards.

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