Milk Oolong Loose Tea

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Oolong Tea
Natural Flavours, Oolong
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From Whittard of Chelsea

Whittard’s Milk Oolong Tea is a flavoured creamy oolong from the Fujian Province in China with a delicious butter-like aroma, perfect for drinking in the morning.

Oolong teas are ranked as some of the best in the world, with semi-fermented leaves half way between a black and a green tea. Their floral, lingering sweetness comes from a process of repeatedly bruising and shaking the leaves. Milk Oolong is lightly flavoured to enhance its creamy character.

Whittard’s Milk Oolong is best brewed lightly to appreciate the multi-layered aromas that can be compared to rose, vanilla and caramel.

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Hello, gorgeous.

After reading *TheTeaFairy*’s inspiring note about Mandala’s milk oolong the other day, I developed such a hankering that I’m really grateful that I had a little ziploc of a milk oolong of my own that I brought with me to tide me over until I can move my whole tea stash down from Manchester into my new flat here on the weekend. I do love a good resteepable tea that I can just keep drinking all day, and man, does this one go on forever. So much lovely, sweet honeydew flowery goodness, perfect for an idle Tuesday of drawing some things for a secret project for an interesting publisher, wandering to a wool shop down the road from Gentleman’s home, and making Hungarian cucumber salad. I shouldn’t be in such good spirits for someone so recently unemployed, but I think just not being in a godawful job anymore is enough to make me feel a little better about the world.


I know, I was pretty upset when I lost my job but I wasn’t happy there anyway. In some ways it’s just a relief to be moving on.


Hehe…Happy to inspire, the tea sounds lovely :-)

Sami Kelsh

Yeah, sometimes the relief’s enough to elevate your mood, in spite of everything. And MAN, what even was my life before milk oolong, for real?

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