Discover how to make Gong Fu Cha, the ancient Chinese tea ceremony using aged Pu-Erh or rare Oolong teas in the Yixing teapot.
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  • Featured blend:
    Imperial Tung Ting Oolong
    We make our Imperial Oolong using Tung Ting ("Frozen Summit") varietal oolong leaves, which are largely grown in the ancient mountains of San Lan Shih, China.
What is Oolong Tea?
Oolong undergoes the same treatment as black tea but for less time and only the edges of the leaves are rubbed. During infusion, oolong leaves turn bright green in the center and red towards the edges.
Culinary and mixology artists have used our blends in their repertoire of secret ingredients for more than two decades.
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Owner & Designer
Barbara Barry
  • We have set industry standards for our extremely high quality control processes and standards; we refuse to cut corners.
Tealeaves believes in blending not just tea, but people and ideas.
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