Oolong tea, a sophisticated and diverse category, includes Chinese and Taiwanese varieties, each with a unique character. Chinese Tieguanyin (Ti Kwan Yin), known for its floral and aromatic profile, and Taiwanese Formosa oolongs, celebrated for their rich, complex flavors, are standout examples. These oolongs vary in oxidation, offering a spectrum from light, fragrant notes to deeper, more robust tones. A remarkable feature of oolong teas, including Tieguanyin and Formosa, is their ability to be steeped multiple times, up to 10 infusions, with each steeping revealing new dimensions of flavor. This makes them not only a delightful sensory experience but also a practical and versatile choice for tea enthusiasts.