- Pack of six, 18 count (Total of 108 count)
- Oolong tea grown in the Wuyi Mountains of China’s Fujian Province with a juicy and ripe white peach flavor
- This refreshing, light tea can be enjoyed hot or iced
- Kof-K Kosher certified, contains caffeine, ships in Frustration Free Packaging
- Blended in the USA, with natural ingredients from around the world
Individually sealed in a paper/foil pouch for added freshness, this tea is listed as having 100 % natural ingredients. They are, in the order listed, wuyi oolong tea
orange peel, lemongrass, and white peach flavor.
It has been said that oolong tea was named after the part of Wuyi mountain, in China, where it was originally produced. It is among the most popular types of teas served in typical Chinese restaurants. (I have also found Jasmine tea and varieties of green tea in typical Chinese restaurants¡Xand plum wine. Yum.)
It is also suggested that oolong tea is useful for weight loss. In my (non-medical) opinion (I am not a doctor), like anything else, it can HELP but won¡¦t carry the load. Oolong appears to be a diuretic, helping you to loose excess water. If you lose too much water, you might dehydrate or lose valuable potassium. So, I suggest that you limit yourself to 24 oz a day. As with anything else, seek guidance from your health care practitioner.
I suggest adding agave cactus juice, unbleached natural brown sugar, or honey, if you want a sweetener. I like fruity teas often in the evening, and instead of dessert.
Darn it! Now I¡¦m craving Chinese food and am snowed in–in a blizzard¡Xwith over 40 inches of snow on the ground. I wonder if they will deliver? º