One of the most valuable teas among the Chinese. The traditional name is Wulong, which translates to Black Dragon. In our country, this species is known as semi-green, as oolongs represent a transition between black and green teas. And how does such a hybrid come about? Selected and specially cultivated green teas are oxidised, and the oxidation process is stopped at a certain stage. Most often when the tea is 30 or 70 % oxidised. This is then processed in different ways, which is why today you can find oolongs of many different colours, types, flavours and aromas. As a rule, oolongs fall into three categories: green (these teas are oxidised at around 30%), black (oxidised at 60-80%) and flavoured. Whichever of these teas you choose, you are in for an unusual, original and truly rich tea experience.