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Roasted Oolong Tea Leaves

510.00

10 in stock

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Description

Product Details

Packaging — Tea Bags
Packaging Size — (1 Pack) 600 grams
11g / 50pcs Tea Bags
Shelf Life — 2 Years
Storage Condition — Room Temperature
Origin — Made in Taiwan

Why Order Our Roasted Oolong Tea?

Strong and Refreshing — a perfect selection for flavored tea business; can be easily included in your flavored tea list/ menu. Filipinos would love the refreshing taste of this tea, especially those customers that patronize tea stores located in high-end areas/markets;

Health Benefits —  known to aid digestion,  boost metabolism,  neutralize blood sugar, lower cholesterol level, protect your teeth, resulting in healthy hair, among other health benefits;

TOP Quality / Best in the Market Supply — to bring our customer the best tea leaves in the market, our products are carefully selected and tested from reputable suppliers by our Research and Development Team; and

Cost-Effective — quality and cost effeciency are ingredients of our business. Hence, we offer the best tea supplies in the market to help you grow your business.

Authentic — The Roasted Oolong Tea of Top Creamery brand is planted and harvested in Mt. Maolan, Nantou County in Taiwan.

How To Brew Your Roasted Oolong Tea

Small batch preparation of Loose leaf black tea for milktea application:
(1) Put 20grms of tea leaves into the pot.
(2) Pour one (1) Liter of hot water (75-85degrees centigrade) into the pot that has tea leaves in it.
(3) Cover the pot; leave the pot covered for a period of twelve to fifteen (12-15) minutes.
(4) After the given time, carefully remove the tea leaves from the pot with hot water in it, and store it in a container that has the capacity to keep the tea hot, such as a thermos.

Bulk preparation of Loose leaf tea:
(1) Put 100grms of tea leaves into the pot.
(2) Pour five (5) Liters of hot water (75-85degrees centigrade) into the pot that has tea leaves in it.
(3) Cover the pot; leave the pot covered for a period of twelve to fifteen (12-15) minutes.
(4) After the given time, carefully remove the tea leaves from the pot with hot water in it, and store it in a container that has the capacity to keep the tea hot, such as a thermos.
(5) Your tea is ready for serving milktea or direct sipping. Note that it can still be served when the tea is warm.

 

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