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Crisp and clean-tasting, this tea can be enjoyed either hot or cold.

Product Description

Crisp, fruity and clean-tasting: these are the hallmarks of our premium Dongding Oolong.

Dongding is one of Taiwan’s–and one of our–favourite oolongs. It takes great skill and knowledge to process oolong tea, and the people of Lugu Village on Dongding Mountain produce this fine, lightly oxidised and slightly bitter tea just as they have for several generations.

Place of Origin

Dongding Mountain, Lugu Village, Nantou, Taiwan


Spring 2015


Dry storage at all times (like all our loose-leaf teas, it comes in a heat-sealed, zip-lock bag to maintain freshness. BPA-free)

Brewing & Enjoying

This tea can be brewed up to five times, each time at 85-95 degrees Celsius.

Try 4-5 grams per 100 ml of water for a strong brew, about half as many leaves for a light brew. It all comes down to what strength you prefer.

The first brew can be 60 to 90 seconds. This allows the leaves to unfurl and provide optimum flavour.

Brews two and three may be shorter–try 20 and 40 seconds.

For brews four and five, try one to two minutes.

We suggest using filtered water. Yixing clay pots are traditionally used to brew oolong, as point 7 of this post explains. You can read more here too.

PS: You can cold-brew Dongding as a delicious refreshment on a hot day.

Finest Sencha

This sencha is fabulous. Such intensity and purity of flavour.One of the best I've tried


MATCHA (Unkaku: ‘Crane in the Clouds’)

Tried this today at the Melbourne (first) Tea Festival and it was amazing! Smooth, sweet and natural with all its goodness. It was just mesmerizing watching the green tea master perform the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Returned multiple times for more! Definitely how green tea should be known to the general public. Thank you for the awesome experience!

Thank you for the feedback! We're looking forward to sharing this amazing tea again in the near future.

by Konrad Markham on Blank Product Name
The Bordeaux of teas

This tea has a fabulous earthiness and funkiness. But really it's like a wine that needs to be cellared for a few years. Good Puer aged for a few years is tea like no other. The roasted earthy notes will intensify and soften over time.

The Bordeaux of teas...Love that description

by Konrad Markham on Whole Leaf YUNNAN BLACK TEA
Naturally malty and creamy black tea

As someone who doesn't normally drink black tea, this tea would convert me.Naturally malty and even creamy, something I haven't tasted before in a black tea.Fantastic flavour and would match brilliantly with milk and as a base for a chai tea.

A really unique Japanese green tea blend

As someone who loves the intense flavour of straight matcha and traditional genmaicha, I thought this blend was a bit odd just from reading the description.But after trying it wow. You get the traditional genmaicha flavour but the added dusting of matcha dials up the flavour intensity without overpowering it. Great for those whom matcha is a bit too overpowering and want something more for everyday drinking.

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