Firefly Oolong 100 g

(1 customer review)

$55

Our Firefly Oolong is a symphony of blooming floral notes with a fragrant nose and light finish.

Makes up to 110 cups of tea, depending on the brew.

In stock

The Tea

Single-Origin
Alishan, Taiwan

Altitude
2950 ft

Oxidation
Second Level Oxidation

Roasting
Second Level Oxidation

Brewing Recommendations

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Cold brew our Oolong teas

The Farm

Firefly Oolong

For eight generations, Mr. Huang and his family have lived in the Alishan Mountains of Taiwan. Graced with morning sunshine, peaceful clouds, and lingering mist in the afternoons, the Huang Family tea plantation is surrounded by natural beauty and tranquility.

Mr. Huang takes great pride in producing his own tea. In 1985, Mr. Huang met Cing, an aboriginal princess from Taiwan’s Nantou region with a love for tea. Immediately, he was determined to win her over. Over the next several years, Mr. Huang cultivated the best possible tea on his farm and eventually suceeded. Now, the couple and their son happily manage their family tea farm and garden together, a fulfilled and happy life with a love of tea at its core.

Farm Recognition

Alpine Tea Capital Chiayi (Black Tea) (Merit Award, 2019, 2020)
12th International Premium Tea Competition (Gold Award, 2018)

1 review for Firefly Oolong 100 g

  1. Mary Rose

    I love this tea. The tea leaves were tightly rolled indifferent shades of green. As I steeped the tea in hot water, the tea leaves slowly unfurled into a beautiful array of leaves dancing in the water (I have one of those clear, glass tea kettles). It had a fresh, crisp taste that reminded me of my trips to Asia and their tea houses. You will enjoy drinking this tea!

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1 review for Firefly Oolong 100 g

  1. Mary Rose

    I love this tea. The tea leaves were tightly rolled indifferent shades of green. As I steeped the tea in hot water, the tea leaves slowly unfurled into a beautiful array of leaves dancing in the water (I have one of those clear, glass tea kettles). It had a fresh, crisp taste that reminded me of my trips to Asia and their tea houses. You will enjoy drinking this tea!

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