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Choice Organics Oolong Tea -- 16 Tea Bags

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Choice Organics Oolong Tea Description

  • A Sophisticated & Earthy Oolong Tea
  • Caffeine Level: A Perfect Pick-Me-Up.
  • USDA Organic
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Fair Trade Certified
  • Kosher
  • Vegan

Choice Organics Tea Oolong is a nuanced, aromatic tea. We blend the finest oolong varieties to create an intriguing, medium-bodied tea with mellow flavor, sweet character, and floral aroma. The refreshing, natural orchid notes are balanced by a deeper, roasted taste in this blend. Our tea bags are made with premium USDA certified organic oolong tea leaves from regions in China with ideal growing conditions to yield a wonderfully complex tea. Choice Organics' bold, flavorful teas are sustainably sourced from around the world for a delicious cup every time.


Floral & Aromatic Oolong Tea: An undeniably refreshing tea, our oolong tea balances a lightly roasted taste with subtle floral notes for a delicate, yet deeply complex flavor.


Revitalizing Blend: Moderately caffeinated (40 mg), our oolong tea makes for the perfect pick-me-up with less than half the caffeine of 8 oz of coffee.


Enlivening Oolong Tea: Sourced from organic tea estates in China with subtropical climates, our oolong tea blend delivers a unique and refreshing flavor profile.


We Care for You and the Planet: Proud to be a B Corp, we source 100% organic and non-GMO ingredients, and our teas are carefully packed in compostable tea bags and recyclable tea boxes in our LEED-certified manufacturing facility.


Tea With Intention: Blended to perfection for a full-flavored experience, our organic black, green, herbal, puerh, and oolong tea bags offer something for everyone.


How to Brew: Give the blend some time to blossom. Bring water just to boiling and steep 3 minutes.

Free Of
Gluten, GMOs, artificial flavors, or sweeteners.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Organic oolong tea.
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How to Make the Perfect Cup of Tea Every Time

You may think our neighbors across the pond have a monopoly on the tea market. But Britain’s signature beverage is becoming increasingly popular in the states. Are you ready to embrace a soothing, flavorful cup of tea, but not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! Here is a guide to help you choose and brew the best beverage every time.

A Perfectly Brewed Cup of Tea on a Table Blog

Tea types and influences

There are many different types of tea, including herbal tea, black tea, green tea, oolong tea and Rooibos tea. But all tea, regardless of the type, comes from a flowering evergreen shrub known as a “tea plant.” Much like wine, the taste and caliber of tea are influenced by a variety of factors, including altitude, climate, soil and the way in which the leaves are harvested and processed. As a general rule, tea that is grown at a higher altitude boasts enhanced flavor and better quality.

Brewing basics

There are three essential elements to brewing the perfect cup of tea: good water quality, proper water temperature and accurate brewing time.

Different types of tea require different water temperatures. For instance, black, herbal, Rooibos and fruit tea need boiling water. Herbal green tea, on the other hand, is best prepared with water that’s been heated to between 149 degrees and 176 degrees Fahrenheit. For Oolong tea, make sure the water has been heated to between 176 degrees and 194 degrees Fahrenheit.

You’ll likely find brewing details on the tea’s packaging, but here are some general guidelines for achieving the consummate cup:

  • Begin with a preheated teapot (simply fill the pot with hot water and let it stand for a minute before emptying)
  • Always use fresh, cold water. (In other words, don’t reheat the water that’s been hanging out in the teapot since your last cup!) This extracts maximum flavor from the tea leaves.
  • When using loose tea, the ratio should be one teaspoon (you knew this was called a “teaspoon” for a reason!) per cup.
  • If the tea is best prepared with boiling water (e.g., herbal tea), allow the water to boil for a maximum of 10 seconds or the flavor may fall flat.
  • Brew tea according to package directions, but typically for between two and five minutes. Tea brewed for less than three minutes is usually calming whereas tea brewed in excess of three minutes may have a stimulating effect.
  • Do not wash your teapot with anything other than cold water.

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Similar to coffee, tea can be enjoyed hot or iced, with or without caffeine. Here are some of our top recommendations for a flavorful cuppa:

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