Yellow Gold Oolong – a traditional Formosa Oolong tea, delicately hand-rolled.
Yellow Gold Oolong is a traditional Formosa Oolong tea from the Dung Ting mountains in Taiwan. It is made by unique processes which create a semi oxidised tea sitting between a black and green tea. What’s more impressive, is our Yellow Gold Oolong is delicately hand-rolled. When you steep this tea in hot water, the leaves open to create a complex mix of sweetness and tanginess topped off with notes of fresh grass. The deep and earthy taste of this brew is truly unique and refreshing.
Pause, Rebalance & Thrive.
Our mission is to empower you to pause and rebalance whilst sipping ethically sourced, highest quality tea. Our 3 step ‘tea in mind’ process fuses our knowledge of tea with our love for self-care & philosophy by suggesting a series of tea routines.
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Our tea is carefully curated and ethically sourced from the highest quality tea gardens all over the world. The packaging is also created with care to ensure we do our part to look after nature’s wonders.
Our loose leaf & tea bag cartons are 100% plastic free; they are crafted from recyclable cardboard and the inner bag is Natureflex, a biodegradable film created using wood pulp!
Our new 20g & 100g steel tins are designed to be reused again and again, and you can decant your leaf tea straight in.
We are committed to removing the very last of the plastic from our tea range. Our next big packaging change will be sourcing a fully sustainable bag for our 250g loose leaf & 45 tea bags, for now they are a high grade recyclable plastic so please reuse & recycle them responsibly.
By switching to loose leaf tea you’re not only saving the planet from more packaging but you’re getting a great cup of tea. If you’re new to loose leaf tea, fear not. We have 100% plastic-free self-fill teabags with drawstrings for you to create your brew.
We think the best way to enjoy it is with an Infuser Mug or an Infuser Teapot like our colourful eteaket teapots. Other handy tools include the Perfect Tea Measure Spoon and a Tea Timer.