Oolong Tea benefits have been quite well known for generations of people in the Orient but has only been lately taken cognizance by people in the West.
Oolong Tea, also sometimes spelled as Wu Long Tea, comes from the camellia sinensis plant that is the source of all true teas. However, oolong tea undergoes some degree of oxidation or fermentation that consequently places it between the green and black tea varieties. Oolong tea ranges from 10% to 70% oxidation.
The semi-oxidized oolong tea has a taste closer to that of green tea, though it does not have the distinctive grassy tang of green tea. Oolong tea has a dark brownish color.
Tins come with 6 teapot filters included, that offer the convenience of being able to brew a pot of tea right away.