Treat Yourself to our Milkiest Oolong Teas

Check out our Alishan trio of creamy Oolongs

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Ignore the dubious stories of "tea steamed over milk".

Instead, take a look at these authentic Taiwanese Oolongs crafted from the pure, unscented (and naturally creamy) Jin Xuan cultivar.

Every year we taste through 100s of samples to find leaf worthy of True Tea status. When it comes to the milky Oolong teas these 3 are the cream of Alishan.

FIRST, SOME FACTS ABOUT 'MILK OOLONG'

EXTRA CREAMY - Lily Cream Whip

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An ultra-deluxe Jin Xuan with extra creamy confection. Malted milk, creamed spinach, marshmallow and parma violets.

RICH & LUXURIOUS - Alishan Cream

This Alishan Cream has a really pronounced milkiness which lasts over several infusions. Tinned peaches and cream with toasted pound cake.

ROASTED & SMOOTH - Midnight Sun 

Dark roasted over charcoal. Crème brulee and pandan leaves. Malt milkshake, pecans and dried mulberries. This is a darker brew of the creamy Jin Xuan cultivar. 

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The perfect way to store your tea. Stackable tins which have been designed to keep your tea organised easily.

Organic Oolong processed in low oxygen to increase GABA to 200mg per 100g. Summer rain, apricot jam, wet wood and chestnut honey.

Long Jing - Dragonwell

First flush, pre-qing-ming Long Jing picked on 8th March from 40-year-old bushes of the small leaf variety. Sweet adzuki beans, lemon shortbread and palmier.

Ancient tree Raw Gushu PuErh from Da Xue Shan forests in Yunnan. Banana pudding, wild strawberries, flint and green bamboo.

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