Oolong tea is easy to define but difficult to describe – tea leaves are only semi-oxidized, and so one can consider oolong tea to be “between” green and red. Oolong is generally more complicated, presenting a wider array of flavors and aromas than their green or red counterparts, and one can get very different cups depending on one’s water quality and temperature. Oolong can be steeped multiple times to experience the entire palette of flavors and aromas present in the leaf; they are are an artistic creation of tea makers to be explored and enjoyed by experienced tea lovers.
Each package of my tea contains enough to prepare ten 16-oz. (large) servings, or about thirteen 12-oz. (regular) servings (double or triple, of course, if you steep the same leaves more than once). Precise steeping instructions are always on the label, as well as here on this website for your reference.