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Famous for its colour, ranging from deep sea blue to shades of purple; in this range the extract and infusion of oolong tea is the star. But why is it so blue? Freshly harvested oolong tea leaves are left to wither in the sun and are then shaken in bamboo baskets to dry out and the edges are crushed. It is processed in a similar manner to black tea, however the oxidative process is only brought to partial completion, explaining its bluish hue that invites the senses to immediate relaxation.

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