A very special tea: in taste as well as in producing. Because with this tea the leaves of the tea bush are gnawed by cicadas. The surface of the tea leaf is damaged and cell juice escapes. This already starts first oxidation, which makes the tea taste wonderfully sweet later on.
Like all Oolongs, this tea belongs to the semi-fermented teas. In contrast to green tea and black tea, oolongs do not become bitter if they are brewed too long in the water.
This Oolong tea belongs to the rarities from the house Längass. These are teas from the original cultivation areas of the Asian region, known for centuries and very popular due to their low availability. The production takes place in family businesses with manageable gardens. It takes a lot of experience, care and craftsmanship to produce these delicacies.