What is it about ?
Oolong black tea from the Bolovens Plateau in Laos has intense flavors of undergrowth and apricot with a slight aroma of caramel from its wok-toasted leaves. Like all teas, it comes from a tea plant, the Camellia sinensis shrub. Its difference in taste and color is related to its degree of oxidation. It is 100% so much stronger than Oolong tea called blue tea or green tea which is not oxidized at all. This black Oolong tea comes from the a farm known for its organic farming and fair trade. Sold in an airtight bag that preserves all its flavors, Oolong black tea from the Bolovens plateau is an exceptional tea with many health benefits.
How to prepare Oolong black tea from the Bolovens plateau ?
To enjoy the subtle scents of this high quality black Oolong tea, it is advisable to infuse it for 3 to 4 minutes in water between 85 ° C and 95 ° C. The infusion time depends on the desired intensity. In terms of quantities, put 2 teaspoons in a cup of about 30 cl. Oolong black tea has the particularity of being able to be infused several times.
The virtues of black Oolong tea from the Bolovens plateau
Oolong tea is known for its slimming effects by increasing the number of fat burned daily. It also works on skin inflammations such as eczema, acne and psoriasis). The anti-oxidants in tea help reduce cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and high blood pressure. Finally, black Oolong tea facilitates digestion and is said to have relaxing properties.