Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf
Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf

Wuyi Mountain Tea - Loose Leaf

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Makes 30 servings per pouch!

A complex and aromatic Dark Oolong tea, Da Hong Pao is a full bodied tea with charcoal roast, woodiness and touch of dried fruit. Hailing from the famous WuYi Mountains in Fujian, China, this tea is not to be missed. Among the top 10 teas in China, Da Hong Pao is well known for its unique character and deliciously complex flavor.

Brewing Tips:
Place 2 and 1/2 heaping teaspoons in a tea vessel and brew with approximately 9 to 10 ounces of water.
Brew for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Remove tea to drink and then brew again for a 2nd cup.

See the temperature and other brewing tips below and on our package!

INGREDIENTS: Premium Chinese Dark Oolong Tea

Non-GMO Chinese Dark Oolong Tea

Fresh, woody aroma

Roasted, dried fruit flavor

Energizing, warming

Size 50g
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Our tea boxes and pouches are 100% recyclable.
Our 100% compostable, unbleached tea bags are 3 to 4 times the size of regular grocery tea bags and are filled with whole herbs, tea, fruit and flowers. They contain no unhealthy additives, preservatives, cheap fillers, or low quality teas!
Our tea bags and wrappers are 100% compostable! They have been shown to break down in 30 to 90 days. The wrappers are made from corn, and are not harmful to the environment.
DGT co is doing our part to curb plastic pollution and environmental degradation. We hope you will support us, so we may keep doing our best!

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You may exchange your unopened tea within 30 days of purchase.

Returns can be made within 7 days of purchase.
If there are any other issues with your order, please email us at Hello@dragongirltea.com and we will be sure to make your order right.

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Robust Flavor

Fast Steep Time

No Fillers

Reduced Bitterness


Premium Chinese Dark Oolong Tea


1. Put approx. 2 teaspoons of tea into your mug or small teapot.
2. Boil water at 205 degrees (big bubbles), add approx. 8oz. of water.
3. Rinse your tea for approximately 5-10 seconds and dump out rinse water.
4. Pour water over your tea again and steep for 1 min. Remove loose leaf tea from the water (oversteeping could make it bitter).
5. Re-steep your tea 1-2 more times, increasing the steep time for each subsequent brew, enjoy!


Our Wuyi Mountain tea is energizing and uplifting.

Oolong tea is a category of tea that encompasses 100’s of different varieties, flavors and oxidation. Green tea is made from fresh buds and leaves of the tea plant and is processed before it has had a chance to oxidize much. Whereas Oolong tea can range from lightly oxidized to a dark, robust oxidized tea.

The short answer is yes BUT that is because most tea bags are made with bleached material, and are filled with cheap tea, fillers and low quality ingredients that are NOT good for health. If the ingredients do have any quality, it’s usually in a small tea bag, ground up and you will have to steep the tea for 4 to 5 minutes to get the flavor out.  Our tea bags are STUFFED with whole ingredients and are totally chemical free and compostable. You only have to steep the bag for 1 to 2 minutes to get a smooth flavor that will not have any bitterness.Some tea lovers also just prefer loose leaf tea so that they can make it themselves and appreciate the tea leaves, while also enjoying the varieties of beautiful tea ware that are found throughout Asian tea culture.

Each tea has varying steep times and the specific directions are on the bag of each one of our products. Generally, we recommend steeping for 1 to 1 1/2 minutes for the first steeping and 2 minutes or more for the second steeping. For a much stronger flavor, you can try up to 3 minutes but green, white and some oolong teas can become bitter if steeped too long.