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Dung Ting Oolong Large Leaf Teabags

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£3.00 RRP £4.75

Item Code: 303925 / Net weight: 15 Teabags: 37.5g / 1.32oz

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A Great Taste Award winner in both 2013 and 2014, this deliciously fragrant tea is cultivated in the Dung Ting Mountains of Taiwan, an area famed for its extraordinary oolongs. Through a process of partial oxidation carefully controlled by expert tea masters, Dung Ting Oolong maintains the verdant and refreshing qualities of green tea while taking on some of the robust depth of a black tea. The Great Taste Award judges were rather won over, praising its “light, sweet, gentle pineapple notes” and describing it as “smooth, fragrant, uncomplicated and simple. An excellent oolong.” Well, we’re chuffed. 

Also a winner of the 2013 Great Taste Awards *

  • Origin

    Taiwan

  • Tastes like

    Fragrant and sweet

  • When to drink

    Throughout the day

Ingredients

Brew the perfect cup

For the perfect cup of Dung Ting Oolong Tea, use one pyramid per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes or according to taste. Should be drunk without milk.  

A note from Whittard

“I’m a bit of a traditionalist, so I tend to go for classic black tea blends like Earl Grey, or single origin varieties like Ceylon or Assam. Lapsang Souchong is a treat with hot cross buns.”

- Jamie, Oxford Street Store Manager

Taiwan

Taiwan is home to some of the world’s finest oolongs, from sweet and buttery varieties grown at high altitudes to darkly roasted oolongs with a robust, nutty taste. The Taiwanese tea industry was first established when tea workers from Fujian in China crossed the Taiwanese straits in the mid 17th century, profiting from the soaring altitudes of Northern and Central Taiwan to create some of the world’s most spectacular tea gardens. Unlike the large plantations of China, India and Sri Lanka, these smaller tea gardens tend to be family run, creating tastes unique to the particular terrain.

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