Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea

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Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea

Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea

Slightly bitter with a lovely mellow sweetness.

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Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea
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100g (1 x 100g bag) £5.30
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600g (6 x 100g bag) £30.00
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Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea

Semi-fermented Oolong tea from Formosa with a slightly tart taste to begin with followed by its characteristic nutty sweetness to finish.

 

Amount per cup: one heaped teaspoon
one heaped teaspoon
Brewing time: 4-5 minutes
4-5 minutes
Cup Colour: Amber
Amber

Black Oolong / Summer

said...
"good; and a bit can be added to 'ordinary' tea with pleasant results, and spin out the amount you have"
Star Rating 4
Cup Of Tea response...
"Thank you Stephen for your 'creative' feedback....We are delighted you are enjoying our tea."
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"My husband drinks this tea. He likes it. Always arrives in good condition and time. "
Star Rating 5
said...
"This tea was quite nice wasnt sure if to use milk or not although it did have a pleasant strong taste "
Star Rating 3
said...
"Thank you for the free sample. We wouldn't have tried it otherwise, but my mother and I found it too strong for our tastes, too smokey and not refreshing enough even with milk"
Star Rating 2
said...
"A nice oolong, only slightly bitter with a lovely mellow sweetness. I would recommend to brew this tea and Oolong Ti Dung at lower temperatures, as unlike black teas, it is only slightly oxidised"
Star Rating 4
said...
"I tried your sample with my daughter and her partner. We all liked this one, but not as much as the Peach Oolong. A stronger flavour, darker colour, but a mellow taste. The sample stretched to 2 cups each so good value!"
Star Rating 3
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"Oolong: Not for me. Its a nutty tea with, in my opinion, a musty flavour. Is it more a tea for the gentlemen?"
Star Rating 2
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"This is the first oolong tea I've tried, & it's getting a big thumbs up from me :). It's kind of like green tea but with a better flavour. The taste is not too weak & not too strong; just right. I read on wikipedia that good quality oolong tea leaves can be re-used several times, so I thought I'd see how many uses I could get out of the tea leaves. Have just had my 3rd mug full & there is still some of the taste left, though it's certainly weaker..."
Star Rating 5
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"Oolong, this I wasn't quite sure about, I also let my Dad try and he was't sure. Oolong Ti Dung, Neither of us liked this. Apricot Peach Oolong, Thoroughly enjoyed this one, and I would describe this as a perfect Summer Afternnon Tea. Thank you for the chance to try, "
Star Rating 1