oolong : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n Chinese tea leaves that have been partially fermented before being dried
- During the 1970s, there were similar runs on black tea fungus, oolong tea and konnyaku; during the 1980s it was baby formula, banana and boiled egg; then, in the '90s, came apple .
- The crisp mountain climate is ideal for growing choice-grade oolong tea, and dozens of Chinese teahouses along the main road serve it up sweet and steaming.
- After a day's induction with tea-tasting sessions and a guided tour of the factory to see how luscious, freshly plucked leaves are processed into green, white, oolong and black .
News & Articles
- Tea festival steeped in tradition
Oolong, chamomile, Earl Grey, green, black and chai may all be blends of tea, but Dr. Hassan Amjad wants to educate people and make them see tea as more than just a beverage.
Aug. 19, 2013 - The Register-Herald