Types of Wu-Long Tea

Formosa oolong which is considered the finest variety of wu long (oolong) tea. The has a peach-like bouquet with an amber colour liquor. It is grown in Taiwan. Other Types of Wu-Long Tea Ti Kuan Yin – Delicate flavor and aroma, described as peachlike and nutty Tieguanyin – Smooth and naturally sweet to the taste

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Weight Loss with Wu Long Tea

Natural Calorie Burner Are you looking for a natural, healthy drug-free way to slim down and lose weight?¬†Adding Wu-Long Tea to your diet may help! Asians have been enjoying the health benefits for a long time, especially the slimming effect that drinking Wu-long tea seems to have with repeated regular consumption. “When I hear somebody

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Tea Consumption and Iron Absorption

Tea consumption has received much press lately regarding its effect on the bodies ability to successfully absorb iron. The good news is most healthy people who are not iron deficient and are considered “healthy” don’t have much to worry about if they’re tea drinkers and were considering changing their tea drinking habits. The most common

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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.¬†It 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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