Oolong Essence (Green tangerine Oolong Tea)

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Savor the unmatched blend of O2H Tea's Oolong Essence, featuring premium Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong and Xinhui green tangerine. Crafted through a unique light-withering and light-fermentation process, this tea offers a smooth, refreshing taste with lingering citrus notes. Elevate your tea experience with this exquisitely balanced, aromatic brew.

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Product Details

Oolong Tea, Green Tangerine


Tangerine - Xinhui
Oolong Tea - Taiwan

Tea Partner

Seafood, Meat, Sweets


Anti-aging, Hangover Relief,  Digestion


Day time, Night time, Work, Party, and Date


Due to the natural selection process, tangerine ball sizes can vary, leading to a unique net weight for each tea. On average, expect around 8-9 gram of each ball.

Brewing Guide

Brew a whole Tangerine tea ball by placing it into a teapot with a capacity of over 400ml. Use boiling water (90-95°C) to steep directly for 3-4 minutes.
Break a tangerine tea ball into pieces. Based on your needs, you can either brew all of it at once by placing it in a covered tea pot or divide it into several portions according to personal preference and brew directly in regular cups for 3-4 minutes.

Experience the captivating journey of our Green Tangerine Tea Ball. Explore 7 exquisite brews, each revealing a unique flavor. From the first brew, delight in the seamless blend of tangerine skin and tea. The third brew reaches a peak of richness, harmonizing the flavors perfectly. In the fourth brew, discover the sweet twist of citrus pectin. Savor the enchanting changes in taste and the delightful fusion of tangerine and tea. Embark on an enticing adventure with our Green Tangerine Tea Ball.

At O2H Tea, we take pride in crafting exceptional teas like our Tangerine tea. During the aging process, you may notice a delicate 'hoarfrost' on the surface, also known as 'orange citrus oil.' This natural phenomenon is a result of the citrus oil precipitating after a sun-dried or low-temperature baking process. Rest assured, it's not mildew and poses no harm to your health. In fact, it's a testament to the quality and authenticity of our tea, enhancing its flavor and character.