Milk Oolong Tea
Containing no milk or other dairy, milk oolong tea is so-called because of its creamy flavor and texture. Also known as jin xuan (which translates as "golden daylily"), this tea hails from Taiwan.
- Flavor profile: Light, creamy, delicate floral aroma
- Caffeine content: Medium
What's oolong tea?
Oolong tea differs from black tea because it's less oxidized. In oxidation tea leaves are exposed to the air to dry and darken. The more oxidized a tea is, the stronger it is. From strongest to lightest are black, oolong, green, and white teas.
Oolong tea has various health benefits, including helping to lower the risk of diabetes, benefiting heart health, reducing stress, and improving sleep. However, please note all oolong teas contain caffeine and should be consumed in moderation.