GABA Oolong tea is one of the richest food sources available for natural GABA due to the distinct quality of the oolong tea leaf and its semi-oxidised nature. The farm that produces this tea is a certified organic plantation that uses natural farming and harvesting process. I selected this GABA Oolong tea over many others I've tried because I really enjoyed how it tastes.
Every farm produces slightly different tasting tea due to the level of fermentation, coupled with the skills and experience of the farmer. The flavour of this medium-fermented tea sits closer to a black tea (think raw Pu'er) with a hint of Oolong freshness. It has a smoky, dark undertone coupled with a subtle floral note, followed by a smooth and sweet aftertaste. If you're like me and loves a cup of Oolong in the evenings or night-time than this is a perfect companion. Due to its unique GABA content, this tea will sooth the mind and prepares one for a good night's rest.
The farm that produces this GABA Oolong tea is located in Mingjian Township in Nantou County. It is a certified organic farm and meets the strict standards set by both the Taiwanese and Japanese government when it comes to GABA tea production. This tea is vacuum-packed direct at the farm to maintain its freshness.
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Organic GABA Oolong Tea.
Notes: Full body with a light brown colour, smoky pine fragrance with a slight floral undertone and a smooth, nectary aftertaste.
Premium grade, single-estate Oolong Tea from Mingjian Village, Nantou County.
Sourced direct from a certified organic tea farm.
Natural GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric acid), antioxidant, antibacterial, destress and calming, mental alertness, high blood pressure, weight loss.
Fermentation: Medium (60% - 70%).
Loose leaf, vacuum packed, 2 years shelf life.
A 150 gram (5.3 oz) pack brews approx 30 cups.
Use 2 to 3 teaspoons of tea leaf with 120 ml of near boiling water.
Put tea leaf in a pot and do a quick rinse with hot water. Discard the liquid.
Steep the tea leaf with hot water for 30 to 40 secs and pour into drinking cup or pitcher.
Repeat the steeping and mix the brews together.
Now you have a great tasting cup of tea with amazing fragrant aroma.
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