Oolong Tea Bags

Oolong tea bags offer the best combination of great taste and convenience.

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  • Li Shan Oolong Tea Bags

    Li Shan Oolong Tea Bags
    High mountain tea from Taiwan's famous Lishan tea district.

    Package of 50 Oolong Tea Bags

    Enjoy exquisite Li Shan tea in a convenient tea-bag format.

    Li Shan Tea Bags are made from high-mountain tea from the Li Shan (Pear Mountain) tea district of Taiwan.

    The Li Shan tea area has an altitude from about 2200 meters to 2400 meters, and it's alpine climate conditions of cool temperatures and high humidity is ideal for producing top-quality oolong tea.

    Li Shan Tea Bags can be used for either hot or iced tea, and can be brewed by the pot or in a cup. Each bag brews 2 - 3 cups of tea.

    Each tea bag is individually packaged for maximum freshness. Li Shan tea bags are ideal solution for busy people who wish to include oolong tea in their daily diet. It is also convenient for drinking tea at work or while on the road.

    These tea bags are made from the fannings (tea dust) of hand-picked high-mountain tea from Taiwan.

    Tea Bag History

    The tea bag is said to be invented by a tea importer named Thomas Sullivan around the turn of the 20th century. He wanted a convenient way to ship tea samples to his customers, so he used hand-sewn silk muslin bags.

    On receiving these samples, Sullivan's customers thought this was a new infusion method and dropped the bags directly into hot water to brew the tea. They were impressed by the ease of brewing the tea and of cleaning up afterwards, and the orders for these new tea bags poured in.

    The commercial success of tea bags encouraged other tea merchants to offer their own versions which included materials such as cheesecloth, gauze, cellophane, and perforated paper. Paper fiber was the most successful and they were soon being mass produced.

    The flat rectangular tea bag was in common use by about 1944. This proved unsuccessful for whole-leaf teas as there was little room for the tea leaves to...


    US$ 21.95
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  • High Mountain Oolong Tea Bags

    High Mountain Oolong Tea Bags
    Enjoy all the benefits of high mountain oolong tea with the convenience of tea bags.

    Package of 50 Oolong Tea Bags

    Our pack of High Mountain (Gao Shan) oolong tea bags is the most economical way to enjoy oolong tea. This pack contains 50 tea bags, individually packaged for maximum freshness.

    Oolong tea is a great-tasting beverage with many health benefits. Preparing traditional style whole-leaf oolong tea, however, can be a time consuming process. Tea bags are the ideal solution for busy people who wish to include oolong tea in their daily diet.

    These tea bags are made from machine cut high-mountain tea. They can be used like traditional tea bags for making hot or iced tea. The tea brews to a clear, pale green color with plenty of flavor. They can be brewed in a tea pot or individual cups. Each bag can brew two cups of tea.

    Tea Bag History

    The tea bag is said to be invented by a tea importer named Thomas Sullivan around the turn of the 20th century. He wanted a convenient way to ship tea samples to his customers, so he used hand-sewn silk muslin bags.

    On receiving these samples, Sullivan's customers thought this was a new infusion method and dropped the bags directly into hot water to brew the tea. They were impressed by the ease of brewing the tea and of cleaning up afterwards, and the orders for these new tea bags poured in.

    The commercial success of tea bags encouraged other tea merchants to offer their own versions which included materials such as cheesecloth, gauze, cellophane, and perforated paper. Paper fiber was the most successful and they were soon being mass produced.

    The flat rectangular tea bag was in common use by about 1944. This proved unsuccessful for whole-leaf teas as there was little room for the tea leaves to expand. To solve this problem, the Brooke Bond tea company introduced the pyramid-shaped tea bag, which provides...


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  • Tan-Bei Whole Leaf Oolong Tea Bags

    Tan-Bei Whole Leaf Oolong Tea Bags
    Lightly roasted oolong tea in pyramid tea bags.

    Tan Bei Oolong tea bags are the most convenient way to enjoy whole-leaf oolong tea. The tea bags are a pyramid shape to allow the full expansion of the tea leaves as they brew in your cup or tea pot.

    As the tea leaves expand, they release their full natural flavor.

    Tan Bei oolong tea bags offer the best of both worlds: the exquisite taste of full leaf natural oolong tea, with the convenience of tea bags.

    Tan Bei tea bags are individually packaged for maximum freshness. These tea bags are an ideal solution for busy people who wish to include oolong tea in their daily diet. It is also convenient for drinking tea at work or while on the road.

    25 individually packed tea bags per box.


    Tea Bag History

    The tea bag is said to be invented by a tea importer named Thomas Sullivan around the turn of the 20th century. He wanted a convenient way to ship tea samples to his customers, so he used hand-sewn silk muslin bags.

    On receiving these samples, Sullivan's customers thought this was a new infusion method and dropped the bags directly into hot water to brew the tea. They were impressed by the ease of brewing the tea and of cleaning up afterwards, and the orders for these new tea bags poured in.

    The commercial success of tea bags encouraged other tea merchants to offer their own versions which included materials such as cheesecloth, gauze, cellophane, and perforated paper. Paper fiber was the most successful and they were soon being mass produced.

    The flat rectangular tea bag was in common use by about 1944. This proved unsuccessful for whole-leaf teas as there was little room for the tea leaves to expand. To solve this problem, the Brooke Bond tea company introduced the pyramid-shaped tea bag, which provides about twice the space for the tea leaves to expand and fully release their...


    US$ 21.95
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    GABA Whole Leaf Tea Bags

    GABA Whole Leaf Tea Bags
    Enjoy the health benefits of GABA tea with the convenience of tea bags.

    Enjoy the health benefits of GABA tea in convenient tea bags.

    Our loose-leaf GABA tea is one of our most popular teas. Now you can enjoy full-leaf GABA tea in convenient tea bags. The tea bags expand to a pyramid shape to release the full flavor and health benefits of GABA tea.

    GABA tea is a specially processed high-mountain tea that has naturally enhanced levels of GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric acid), an important anti-stress, anti-anxiety, calming and relaxing nutrient.

    Read more about GABA tea at AllGABAtea.com

    Box of 25 individually packed tea bags.


    Tea Bag History

    The tea bag is said to be invented by a tea importer named Thomas Sullivan around the turn of the 20th century. He wanted a convenient way to ship tea samples to his customers, so he used hand-sewn silk muslin bags.

    On receiving these samples, Sullivan's customers thought this was a new infusion method and dropped the bags directly into hot water to brew the tea. They were impressed by the ease of brewing the tea and of cleaning up afterwards, and the orders for these new tea bags poured in.

    The commercial success of tea bags encouraged other tea merchants to offer their own versions which included materials such as cheesecloth, gauze, cellophane, and perforated paper. Paper fiber was the most successful and they were soon being mass produced.

    The flat rectangular tea bag was in common use by about 1944. This proved unsuccessful for whole-leaf teas as there was little room for the tea leaves to expand. To solve this problem, the Brooke Bond tea company introduced the pyramid-shaped tea bag, which provides about twice the space for the tea leaves to expand and fully release their flavour.


    US$ 21.95  US$ 19.76
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    Li Shan Tea Bags and Four Season Bundle

    Li Shan Tea Bags and Four Season Bundle
    Save 20% on this bundle of Lishan tea bags and Four Season loose-leaf tea.

    50 Li Shan tea bags + Four Season Oolong Tea

    Save 20% when you buy 150 grams of Four Season Tea and a pack of 50 Li Shan Oolong tea bags.

    Tea bags are a convenient way to enjoy oolong tea while at work or on the run. Loose leaf tea is ideal for more leisurely occasions.

    This combination pack is an excellent introduction to both types of oolong tea.

    Try our our Li Shan High Mountain Oolong Tea Bags and our Four Season loose oolong tea and save 20% off the regular price.

    Regular price $45.95 USD when bought separately.


    US$ 45.95  US$ 36.76
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    High Mountain Tea Bags and Four Season Bundle

    High Mountain Tea Bags and Four Season Bundle
    Save 20% when you buy high mountain tea bags and Four Season loose-leaf tea together.

    50 High Mountain Oolong tea bags + Four Season Oolong Tea

    Save 20% when you buy 150 grams of Four Season Tea and a pack of 50 High Mountain Oolong tea bags.

    Tea bags are a convenient way to enjoy oolong tea while at work or on the run. Loose leaf tea is ideal for more leisurely occasions.

    This combination pack is an ideal introduction to both types of oolong tea.

    Try our our High Mountain Oolong Tea Bags and our Four Season loose oolong tea and save 20% off the regular price.

    Regular price $40.75 USD when bought separately.

    Tea Bag History

    The tea bag is said to be invented by a tea importer named Thomas Sullivan around the turn of the 20th century. He wanted a convenient way to ship tea samples to his customers, so he used hand-sewn silk muslin bags.

    On receiving these samples, Sullivan's customers thought this was a new infusion method and dropped the bags directly into hot water to brew the tea. They were impressed by the ease of brewing the tea and of cleaning up afterwards, and the orders for these new tea bags poured in.

    The commercial success of tea bags encouraged other tea merchants to offer their own versions which included materials such as cheesecloth, gauze, cellophane, and perforated paper. Paper fiber was the most successful and they were soon being mass produced.

    The flat rectangular tea bag was in common use by about 1944. This proved unsuccessful for whole-leaf teas as there was little room for the tea leaves to expand. To solve this problem, the Brooke Bond tea company introduced the pyramid-shaped tea bag, which provides about twice...


    US$ 40.75  US$ 32.60
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