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Oolong Tea Prince of Peace organic 100 Tea Bags
Prince of Peace Organic Oolong Tea 100 Tea Bags

Our Prince of Peace Oolong (Wu Long) tea is from the Anxi District of Fujian, China, which is named as "The Magical Village of Oolong Tea." Oolong is semi-fermented, combining the best qualities of black and green teas. Prince of Peace Oolong Tea is completely hand picked, lightly aromatic with a mild flavor and bright golden color. It also offers a large number of health benefits with a history of use dating back 1,000 years.

Oolong Tea is known for its antioxidant properties which can aid in combating free radicals that can cause cell damage. Recent scientific research has investigated green tea's benefits toward maintaining cardiovascular health, strong immunity and proper cellular tissue growth.

Typically, a cup of green tea contains on average about 20mg of caffeine.

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How to Brew a Perfect Cup of Tea

How to Brew Tea:
Black Tea
, Green Tea, Oolong (Wulong),White Tea, Herbal Tea, etc.

Herbal Teas:   (Infusions)   

STEP 1: Start with cold water.

STEP 2: Preheat your teapot: Simply boil enough water to fill the teapot one and one half time.  Pour the hot water into the teapot, swish it about.  This will heat the teapot up.  
Then pour the used water out. Many people do not do this.  Without doing this step your tea becomes luke warm quickly

STEP 3: Measure into the teapot 1 tsp. of loose tea for every cup you plan to pour, 
plus one for the pot.  Trust me on this, it will make a difference.

STEP 4: For black teas, bring the water to a full boil. Remove the teakettle from the heat as soon as the water begins to boil. Boiling all the oxygen out of the water will flatten the tea's flavor.

STEP 5: For more delicate green teas, remove the teakettle from the heat before the water begins boiling, at 165-170 degrees F (74-77 degrees C). Or you can add 1 part cold water 
to 4 parts boiling water to cool it to the ideal temperature range.

STEP 6: Before steeping, pour a small amount of the hot water over the tea leaves, to allow them to bloom, or open up, and release some of their bitter tannins. Drain immediately.

STEP 7: Fill the pot with the boiling water. Keep the spout of the kettle close to the teapot, 
so the water does not cool as you pour it in. Cover the teapot and leave the tea to brew. In general, black teas are best brewed for 4 to 5 minutes; green teas should brew for no more than 3 minutes.

      STEP 8: When the tea is ready pour. Avoid   keeping leave in contact with the hot water.    
      Over-brewed tea will  become better, and unpleasant. 


The Chart below indicates Brewing Times of Green Tea, White Tea
, Oolong Teas and Black Teas

DARJEELING North India
3-5 minutes
Darjeeling Delicate, slightly astringent flavor.
ASSAM North India
3-5 minutes
Assam Full-bodied with a rich, smooth, malty flavor. If you have never tried this tea before....you are really missing something.
CEYLON Sri Lanka
3-5 minutes
Ceylon Brisk, full flavor with a bright color A wonderful taste for the Savvy tea drinker.
EARL GREY China (sometimes a blend of China and Darjeeling)
3-5 minutes
Flavored with the natural oil of citrus bergamot fruit. Earl Grey Ah!, if you are a Star Trek fan, this is what Captain Pacard orders, from the replicater.
OOLONG China and Taiwan
5-7 minutes
Subtle, delicate, lightly flavored tea.  Oolong is the tea that is usually served at Chinese Restaurants.
GUNPOWDER China    3-5 minutes A clear amber liquor with a sweet aroma and a pungent taste The reason this tea is called Gunpowder, is because the leaves are rolled into small pellet looking balls.
ROOIBOS South Africa    2-4 minutes Rooibos has captured the sun's energy and the soil's nutrients and given them to us in the form of the vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, enzymes, and most especially the enzyme superoxide dismutase, (SOD)  which appears to be the prime scavenger of free radicals.
Shu Mee White China   1-3 minutes White tea is the least processed tea. The leaves are simply withered and dried. White tea has a higher level of polyphenols that green tea. This tea brews to a light red color has a slightly sweet taste with no "grassy" undertones.

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