Oolong Tea

Even experienced tea drinkers may not be familiar with oolong, a lesser-known variety of tea that is cultivated in southern China and Taiwan. Although tea is one of the most commonly consumed beverages in the world, second only to water, oolong tea makes up just 2% of all tea produced worldwide. But while varietals like black and green tea may be more well-known, oolong tea is certainly worth discovering. Not only does oolong offer tea drinkers a distinctive and unique flavor profile, but it is also thought to possess a myriad of wellness benefits.