Milk Oolong (Caffeine)
Milk oolong tea, also known as Jin Xuan or "Golden Daylily" tea, is a Taiwanese oolong tea that is known for its unique creamy, and milky flavor and aroma. The tea leaves are grown at high elevations in the mountainous regions of Taiwan, and the processing method involves light roasting and a special technique of adding milk flavor to the tea leaves during the withering process. Despite its name and creamy taste, milk oolong tea is not made with any dairy products. The tea gets its name from the milk-like flavor and aroma that comes from the unique processing method of the tea leaves, which involves steaming the leaves with milk. However, no actual milk or milk products are added to the tea. Therefore, milk oolong tea is a great alternative for people who are lactose intolerant or allergic to dairy products.
The tea liquor has a light golden color and a smooth, velvety texture with a sweet, creamy taste and a delicate floral aroma. It has a low level of astringency and bitterness, making it a popular choice for those who prefer milder teas. Milk oolong tea is often enjoyed without any added sweeteners or milk, as the natural flavor and aroma of the tea are already quite distinctive.
Overall, milk oolong tea is a unique and delicious tea that is prized for its creamy texture and delicate flavor, and it is a popular choice among tea enthusiasts around the world.
Oolongs are late to the game, as far as teas go, and because of their creaminess, people refer to them as Milk Oolong.
Our Milk Oolong is available in 1.5 oz and 3 oz bags. This tea contains caffeine.