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Oolong for an Organic Future

Oolong for an Organic Future is a nutty, strong, and deliciously woody loose leaf oolong tea.

Tea production in Taiwan is highly collaborative, with the numerous steps involved contracted out to a number of small businesses. This oolong is the result of a collaboration between two young brothers with an ambition to gain organic certification for their family tea garden and a Master Baker with a visionary plan to move to carbon neutral/negative in the next two years.  

In this highly networked tea system, their work (supported by your purchase and the guarantee of regular orders and a fair price) has the potential to inspire others to take the same path. In a business that needs to attract and retain more young people, the hope is that this pioneering approach will demonstrate first hand how exciting a positive and sustainable future in Taiwanese tea can be. 

Materials:  Jin Xuan tea (medium oxidized, baked in a three-step, multi-stage process)

Made by:  Tsai Brothers (tea farmer), Yu Wen (tea baker) + Comins Tea

Origin:  Nantou County, Taiwan

Specifications:  50g loose tea

Packaging:  The packet and label are both certified as industrial compostable.


  • Use 5g of tea leaves for every 400mL (13.5oz) water, heated to 194℉.
  • Steep for 2 minutes.
  • up to 6 infusions

Further Reading:  Each of our Comins Tea varieties was selected by fine tea merchants Rob & Michelle Comins from growers and partners who produce delicious and flavorful tea in a way that positively impacts people, nature, and the planet. 

Rob & Michelle have been traveling the world since 2007, meeting and building relationships with dedicated growers to bring you a range of loose- leaf teas that offer an excellent balance of quality and value. They are passionate about fine tea and aim to make enjoying loose leaf tea an everyday pleasure.

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