There are several reasons why you should try oolong tea:

  • The broad range of taste profile: The broad range of fermentation levels (from 15 to 85) means the huge differences in tastes. As well as the roasting.
  • The “oil-cutting” power: Even though the catechins (antioxidant) in oolong tea is not as high as in green tea, the effect on reducing the body fat, especially in your belly, is significant than green tea.
  • The “warm-based” tea: It is the tea for (almost) every people. Green tea is “cold-based” tea that sometimes causes you unpleasant feelings like nausea or stomachache. Frankly speaking, even though it contains the most antioxidant, it is not the tea for everyone.
    Oolong tea, on the other hand, is mild for our body and also has many scientifical proofs of its anti-inflammatory and anti-aging effects.