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Ruby Brew Loose Leaf Oolong Tea
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Ruby Brew Loose Leaf Oolong Tea

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Ruby Brew is a tea in which the processing steps are significantly more delicate and require expertise from experienced tea masters -- the scarce production of this tea makes it even more precious. it looks crimson because of the small beads of ruby black leaves, while it feels opulent and velvety to taste, with notes of rose, lychee, pear, cherry, wet rocks, and cut hay.

  • Origin: Taiwan
  • Made of: Oolong tea
  • Size: 2 ounces (approximately 18 servings)

Sourced from: Té Company

Sourced from Té Company: Elena, Té Company's founder, drank oolong tea every day when she was growing up in Taiwan. Many years later, her culinary interests converged with her childhood ritual as she came to realize the nuances and complexities of the tea's flavor. So in 2012, after two years of studying her craft, she started a company to bring the same awareness and appreciation for oolong teas that she had to the public.

Loose leaf oolong tea can be steeped up to at least 3 times. Especially dark roast oolongs, which tend to be bold and voluminous in flavor, can deliver aromatic infusions up to the fifth steeping. Layers of aroma release as the tea leaves slowly unwind, showcasing a string of flavors at every steeping. Feel free to experiment with brewing time and water to tea ratio catering to your own taste.

For added olfactive experience, rinse the dry tea leaves with boiled hot water prior to first steeping: Pour 1~2 tablespoon of boiled water into the teapot, wait for 3-5 seconds, pour out the water. Inhale the fragrance of lightly damped tea leaves to enjoy delicate aromas released by different oolong varietals.

The best way to preserve tea is to keep it away from direct light, heat, moisture, odor and air. If you don't have a metal tin, put the tea in any air tight canisters. Otherwise, use a strong rubber band to tie together the metalized foiled bag and store in its original box. Ensure the tea is kept away from direct light and heat once it's nicely sealed from air and moisture.

Standard Shipping: Ships in about 5 business days.

Three-Day Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Thursday, April 24.

Overnight Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Tuesday, April 22.

Additional Shipping Information: Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses

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