Hua Gang Oolong Tea
[華崗頂級烏龍茶]

US$31.00



 by Barbara E.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Full, smooth, unbeatable floral flavour. This has been part of my regular order for the last few years. Divine drop!


 by Richard H.
1 of 5 Stars1 of 5 Stars
So disappointed with this expensive tea leave. I bought the tea based on reviews and a little discount but the tea does not tasted as what the majority had reviewed. No favor at all, it tasted not much different than the Four Season that I had previously purchased.


 by Barbara E.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Heaven in a cup! This tea bursts with flavour. It is very fragrant with a floral taste. Unsurpassed and unrivalled!


 by Alexander Gennadievich S.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
One of the best tea here. Rather sweet, rich but delicate smell, taste lasts longer than other teas. For best results I start with 85C water for the first brew. Unlike some teas it needs colder water for the next brews (I do not heat the water teapot).


 by CHING-CHUNG C.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Smooth and nice just right fragrant with very reasonable price. I have been drinking this tea for few years now. Compared with the similar Li Shan Tea bought from other stores, this one from Tea from Taiwan is the best.


 by Uly M.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Consistently the best tasting tea I have ever tasted. A lovely golden colour with a well rounded taste - very smooth and it almost tatses 'golden'. Never a hint of harshness of bitterness. Well worth the price, since it is easily possible to use it for 3 brewings without any loss of flavour.


 by Che Wah L.
3 of 5 Stars3 of 5 Stars
I've been a great fan of Hua Gang tea for years but the last shipment I received was somewhat different. The flavour and smell isn't as fruity as before. Also, I notice that the flavour comes out better at a higher temperature than normal. Normally I used a thermometer to reach exactly 83 degrees (inside the teapot), now it must be a bit higher. I'm not sure why this is, perhaps the tea is less fresh, as harvest was in spring?


 by Paul B.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Excellent tea. Sweet and flavorful. Unlike some teas it still has the same great smell and flavor after 4 uses


 by Joely S.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
This almost reminds me of a genmaicha with its toasted popcorn flavor. Lovely geranium note. Yet there is a spicy note there too. With each sip this tea keeps surprising! This is truly a tea to keep in your stash at all times!


 by Che Wah L.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
I have to correct on my earlier statement: I actually took the exact temperature with a measure stick. According to me, the perfect temperature is 83 degrees Celsius for this tea. If you don't have a temperature stick, you can reach this by putting boiling water into another (big) cup first and waiting for a bit, or putting it into another big cup again and then pouring it into your teapot.


 by Lily K.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
I agree with Che Wah L. that this tea, along with Wu Ling is the best of the teas offered here.


 by Dimitry A.
5 of 5 Stars5 of 5 Stars
Another great tea, the best of selection together with Wu Ling. Compared to Wu Ling it is less floral and more nutty, but equally lovely. Again, as Wu Ling it doesn't like very hot water, I suggest almost green tea temperatures - 75-80 degrees Celsius. I have only brewed it in gaiwan, I think it is too delicate for yixing.


 by Che Wah L.
4 of 5 Stars4 of 5 Stars
In my view this tea, together with Wu Ling, is the best in the collection. Hua Gang has a soft, pleasant flavour and smell, to me the finest in the selection here. Be careful not to pour too hot water on the tea, somewhere between 85 and 95 degrees is best.