Teahouse Oolong Tea

Premium Oolong Tea

The Teahouseshop.com, offers only the best quality oolong teas, ranging from lightly to heavily oxidized and varying degrees of roasting. We source only the most exquisite oolongs from the Gaba oolong of Japan to the oolong teas of China's Anxi, Dan Cong, Wu Yi, and Yunnan regions. These teas are grown in diverse terrains, ranging from rich, fertile soils to high-elevation volcanic rocks, from mineral-rich soil and limestone to bamboo-forested hills, producing various flavors. All our premium, hand-blended oolong teas are available online or at our Teahouse location on Canyon Road in historic district of downtown Santa Fe, NM.

What is Oolong Tea?

Oolong is a traditional Chinese tea derived from the Camellia Sinensis, the same plant we get green and black tea; the difference comes from the oxidation process.

Oolong tea tree leaves are wilted in the sun and bruised to create partial oxidation. The oxidation process is brought to a stop by pan-roasting the leaves. Knowing how long to roast the leaves takes a high level of skill and experience. The combination of oxidation and roasting varies from batch to batch.

Health Benefits of Oolong Teas

Oolong tea contains multiple helpful vitamins, including calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Each cup of oolong can have up to 38 mg of caffeine and bonus antioxidants.

The primary antioxidants: known as tea polyphenols include:

  • Theaflavins- Beneficial for healthy weight management and maintaining healthy glucose levels.
  • Thearubigins- A powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
  • EGCG- (Epigallocatechin gallate)aids in weight loss, reduction of inflammation, heart health, and brain health, and prevents certain chronic diseases.

Oolong tea also contains L-theanine, an amino acid shown to affect stress reduction and cognitive performance positively. 

Oolong Tea at The Teahouse

Taste our comprehensive oolong offerings and experience the breadth of flavors, ranging from classic Anxi to the finest rock oolongs of Wuyi and even Dan Cong dancing oolongs. These are soothing and stimulating taste experiences. Enjoy!

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