Anxi Wulong Tea
Item Number: TOC10
93% Recommend this product (25 of 27 responses)
By Albert M. Shoemaker
November 12, 2015
A classic oolong with wonderful flavor and a good value!
May 6, 2015
Great tea for the price.
April 28, 2015
If I don't have a cup of this tea every day my day is incomplete. I love this tea. I won't share this tea. I have dedicated a clay teapot just for this tea.
February 18, 2015
I love this tea. It is rich, nutty and just a little sweet.
By Andrew Joy
December 3, 2014
Most enjoyable tea that I've had in a while. From the color to the aroma to the smooth taste, I am very pleased with this tea.
November 23, 2014
The perfect tea for these arctic temperatures! A well balanced tea.
East Patchogue, NY
August 31, 2014
I chose this as a free samole with my order and an vry happy that I did. It is a very nice, sweet, fresh tasting oolong. Never bitter or "bitey".
August 10, 2014
Love this tea
Finding green oolong was a surprise. It is delicious: nutty a little sweet.
July 28, 2014
A WONDERFUL BUY, AND VERY OUTSTANDING FLAVOR! WILL BUY AGAIN.
By Sally B
Bel Air, MD
June 14, 2014
Delicious and aromatic
I drink this tea everyday. It is delicious and aromatic. It has almost a Chinese restaurant flavor but is more flowery. I love drinking my tea. I also suggest a clay teapot, as this keeps the tea hot and flavorful. Enjoy!
By Dave Nowling
January 6, 2014
Love the flavor
This is one of my favorites. color, flavor great
New York, NY
October 10, 2013
Wake-up with oolong!
Intense, with a depth of flavor, buttery and strong. Just the right amount of caffeine for morning, will not make you jittery, but gives you a nice lift. Very nice.
October 8, 2013
Anxi Wulong Tea
Very nice flavor, not bitter as some teas.
June 29, 2013
Delicious smooth tasting tea.
santa cruz, california
June 24, 2013
Anxi wulong Tea
It is easy to prepare and tastes good. I have only been using it for two weeks so I cannot add anything more, at this time.
Gwynn Oak, MD
March 31, 2013
One of my favorites
Yes this is one of my favorites, for many reasons. First, you can get two or three cups out of one serving of loose leaves. Second, if you don't make it too strong it have a floral note to it. Third, this tea is good with or without sugar. I typically steep the first serving of tea at only 180 degrees, for about 2 minutes. The second cup at 200 degrees for 2 minutes, and the third cup at 200 or 205 degrees for 5 minutes. This is a good tea to drink with your food because if its high steep temperature and its taste.
February 17, 2013
I drink this smooth and fragrant oolong in the afternoon. Add a little sweetner and it's like a little cup of dessert and no bitter aftertaste.
July 20, 2012
Mildly flavored, very clean Oolong at a good price
I got the 1 lb bag which came promptly. The bag is moisture-resistant and resealable. Labeling is clear and includes directions. This tea is very uniform and clean in the package. It unfurls to large leaves with a few small twigs and little powder. The beverage color is light greenish tan. Aroma is very mild. Not very flavorful, IMO. Like any Oolong, you can save the leaves after steeping and reuse.
June 17, 2012
This stuff is great
I love all of the Wulong teas and since I have been drinking it I have really lost the weight. Great taste and a great price.
April 9, 2012
I love this tea, in fact, it's kinda entered "can't live without it" territory. I have it in the morning and I find it offers a stronger pick-me-up than the white teas and jasmines that I am partial to. It gives me just the right amount of energy and has a good strong taste.
West Valley, New York
February 13, 2012
This was a free sample tea that I received, and I will definitely be purchasing more of it. It is my new favorite tea. The description of the tea is exactly right. And yes, it is really good chilled, too.
Gwynn Oak, MD
January 2, 2012
Well I tried this tea for the first time tonight. In the past the oolongs that I tried were not impressive and tasted like hay. This is the first oolong I've tried from enjoyingtea and i was pleasantly surprised. I steeped it at 190 degrees for four minutes. It was great and has made me want to try other oolongs. Unlike the last reviewer though I feel that this oolong [did] have a floral note to it. It was hardly overwhelming and probably not even noticeable without sugar (i use raw, unrefined sugar in my tea). I agree that this read does have a certain nuttiness though, reminiscent of yunnan emerald buds (green tea). I will try using the same leaves multiple times tomorrow to see how the resulting cups of tea turn out. Bottom line: This is a great tea at a great price. Not overly strong and not bitter if brewed at or below the recommended temperature. Also there is a floral note to this tea, but it is easily missed by those who either do not sweeten their tea or by those who drink tea soon after eating/drinking.
February 26, 2011
I wasn't too impressed with this tea at first, then I used my small gaiwan and added a good amount of tea. This tea takes a while to open up (the 4th and 5th infusions being the best), but open up it did! I was pleasantly surprised. It has a nutty, earthy taste that is complex and has a good mouth feel and aftertaste. No floral notes here, just earthy and somewhat astringent. Beware, this tea packs a caffeine walllop after a few infusions.
shelter island, new york
August 21, 2010
A Robust Oolong
I got this tea in the chinese tea sampler and was blown away by the taste and aroma. I usually stick to Green Oolongs but this more oxidized oolong is a wonderful treate to the palate. It has a lovely roasted flavor that ties in nicely with its heavenly aroma. I will definitely purchase for my collection.
By Bonnie and Kevin
April 20, 2010
This tea is rich and flavorful with a pleasant aftertaste- ordering more for sure!
Rancho Cordova, CA
February 4, 2010
I got a free sample of this. I've been able to steep it more than once and it still has a nice flavor and smell. I was very pleased with it and will be ordering more.
January 19, 2010
Almost like a light gunpowder green tea
This tea brews clear, with a smoky aroma. It reminds me a lot of the gunpowder green teas, but much lighter in flavor and color.