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Oolong teas from north Thailand at Siam Tea Shop

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    DMS Bai Yai Assamica Oolong Tea

    10,7019,70

    Oolong Tea from native Assamica tea trees in north Thailand. There, in the region around Doi Mae Salong, the tea plant finds optimal conditions at altitudes between 1200 and 1600 meters. For our Bai Yai Assamica Oolong Tea, the leaves of the large-leaved tea tree are processed to a dark, high-oxidized Oolong tea. The same convinces with full-bodied taste, while a mix of earthy-mineral and flowery notes provides for a broad and multi-layered flavor profile.

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    DMS Bai Yai Qiu Thai Oolong Tea

    5,7019,70

    Bai Yai Qiu Thai Oolong Tea is a large-leaf Oolong tea of medium oxidation from cultivated Assmaica tea plants in north Thailand. The ball-shape rolled Oolong tea pleases with mild aroma and just as smooth taste. At this, the bright yellow cup combines the fresh flavors of green tea with the characteristic mineral notes of large-leaf Oolong teas.

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    DMS Cha Nang Ngam Cing Xin Oriental Beauty Oolong

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    10,7035,90

    Our DMS ‘Cha Nang Ngam’ Cing Xin Oriental Beauty is a handpicked, medium-oxidized Oolong tea ofrom Doi Mae Salong, north Thailand. In China and Taiwan, where this tea comes from, it is also referred to as ‘Bai Hao’ Oolong or Dong Fang Mei Ren. The crystal-clear amber cup of the northern Thai version of this tea convinces with its extremely complex, pronounced flowery-sweet taste and its rich, multilayered fragrance, reminiscent of lush summer meadows.

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  • DMS Dong Ding Oolong Tea

    9,4032,90

    Our DMS Dong Ding Oolong Tea is an Oolong tea of medium oxidation from Doi Mae Salong, Nordthailand. The beautiful, carefull handpicked and rolled leaf unfolds after about half a minute in hot water, before producing a clear amber-colored infusion. The tea’s taste is dominated by a mineral character, strongly reminiscent of Wuyi rock Oolong teas. To this adds mild sweetness and a set of earthy and light floral notes as a complement. The long lingering of taste on the tea drinker’s palate is only one of the things speaking of this tea’s superior quality.

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  • DMS Jin Xuan Hoarfrost Oolong (Winter Tea)

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    9,4034,90

    DMS Jin Xuan Hoarfrost Oolong (Winter Tea) – In terms of taste, the winter picking of the Jin Xuan cultivar has come a long way from the teas of the spring and summer pickings. To this end, it shows a broad spectrum of pronounced fruity notes that are missing with the latter ones. With extended infusion periods, these combine to a a bold malty body. What makes the Jin Xuan winter tea further stick out is the Hoarfrost Oolong’s taste’s unique complexity and multilayeredness.

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  • DMS Jin Xuan Oolong No. 12 Blue Pearls

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    8,9029,40

    DMS Jin Xuan Oolong Nr. 12 Blue Pearls from Doi Mae Salong, north Thailand, rolled, handpicked.

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  • DMS Ruan Zhi Oolong No. 17 Jade Pearls

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    8,9031,90

    Ruan Zhi Oolong No 17 Oolong tea from Doi Mae Salong, north Thailand.

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  • DMS Si Ji Chun Four Seasons Oolong Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    9,4032,90

    Si Ji Chun Four Seasons Oolong tea from Doi Mae Salong, north Thailand, rolled, handpicked.

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