Adverse effects of Wu-Long Tea

Wu-Long Tea – Caffeine All Teas naturally contain “caffeine” so if caffiene intake is an issue you may want to know how drinking Wu-long tea can effect you regarding caffeine consumption. Wu-Long tea typically has about half the caffeine content of the same amount of coffee. The following is the approximate caffeine content of various

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Benefits of Wu-Long Tea

Next to water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. For centuries people have been enjoying the taste and health benefits (knowingly or unknowingly) of wu-long and other teas, maybe you have too! Majority rules! the health benefits simply cannot be ignored. Due to its overwhelming popularity, serious research has been conducted in

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What Is Wu-Long Tea ?

All tea comes from the same species of plant Camellia Sinensis.┬áIt is in the fermentation process that produces the many wonderfully different tasting and fragrant teas. ” Wu-long tea has gained much popularity lately because of the many health benefits…” Wu-Long ( ..or oolong, wulong… don’t get hung up on the two names they are

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Tea Tasting 101 – What Does Wu Long Taste Like?

Wu long (oolong) teas have been described as “flowery”, “smooth”, “spicy”, “sweet and creamy”, “subtle orchid tastes”, “full tasting with a mellow aftertaste”… Hmmm…makes you want to try some Wu long tea yourself! These terms are a good guideline for judging wu long (oolong)tea tastes; you’ll see these terms a lot if you experiment with

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History of Wu Long Tea

Wu long (also Wu-long, or ooLong) is literally ‘black dragon’ tea, but they say the name originally had nothing to do with dragons; rather, it was named after its discoverer Wu Liang. Wu Liang was out picking tea one day. After collecting a good load his eye was caught by a river deer. He stopped

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