Oolong tea is typically served at Chinese restaurants to complement a meal. It is referred to as a semi-fermented tea and is principally manufactured in China and Taiwan (Formosa). After plucking, this type of tea is allowed to wilt in direct sunlight and is then shaken in bamboo baskets to lightly bruise the leaf. After a desired amount of time, the leaf is fired and the fermentation process is halted. Oolong tea is prized for its orchid-like aroma and smooth finish.
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