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Caffeine-Free Oolong Loose

(10 customer reviews)

$16.95 or $15.26 / month

Caffeine-Free Oolong Tea Loose Leaf 3oz

A delicious full-bodied loose leaf tea with a rich flavour & exceptional aroma. Move away from Oolong Tea Bags, Oolong Tea K cups & taste the difference of a Real Loose Leaf Oolong Tea.

Our caffeine free Oolong Tea is semi-fermented and contains all the benefits of green tea, but does not have its grassy taste or the tannins present in black tea. 

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Delicious Oolong. Without The Buzz.

Organic Ingredients. Delicious Flavor.

Caffeine free Oolong Tea is semi-fermented and contains all the benefits of green tea, but does not have its grassy taste or the tannins present in black tea. The very brief fermentation process also creates the subtle fragrances and flavors that distinguish this tea from all other varieties.

Caffeine free Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized tea that is commonly brewed either light or strong. Traditionally enjoyed after meals to aid in digestion, this tea brews a hint of bitterness that imparts a sweet and pleasant aftertaste. This oolong tea is decaffeinated by exposing moistened tea leaves to pressurized carbon dioxide which acts as a solvent to remove the caffeine. Because nothing else is affected during the process, the tea retains its flavor and beneficial antioxidants.

Our innovative supply chain model ensures you get the freshest cup of tea and our farmers get a better price for their produce.

Brew Color: Amber orange – Flavor Profile: Smoky, woodsy, and nutty notes and flavors with a delicate toasty finish.

Usually when a tea is decaffeinated it loses some of its flavor. However that is not the case with our decaf oolong tea. A time tested method is used when decaffeinating our oolong teas so that all the aromatic flavor profiles stay within the tea. Caffeine free oolong tea is one of the best teas for those wishing to immerse themselves in tea culture and great taste without the caffeine.

How to Brew

Boil fresh spring water in a clean kettle. Preheat your mug or a teapot by pouring hot water in and out. This tea can be brewed 2-3 times, increasing the brew time for each additional brew.

Water Temp
185° - 205°

Brewing Time
3-4 minutes depending on how strong you like your tea.

Teaspoons
1-2 teaspoons per 5-7 ounces of water.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

fresh organic oolong tea leaves

Not manufactured with yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, fish, shellfish or tree nut ingredients. Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.

No, - Our Caffeine free Oolong is GMO free!

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10 reviews for Caffeine-Free Oolong Loose

  1. David Crum

    My wife and I are life-long tea lovers, so when we saw this product available from VINE for review, we were happy to do so. Oolong has been a favorite option in our tea cabinet all our lives.

    First, any review of food products and especially teas is a subjective process. That’s compounded because “oolong” is a label that can describe a remarkably wide range of teas. I won’t go into the long version of these varieties, but I will suggest: If you love tea, search Amazon for good books on tea and you can read more about the history and varieties of oolong. If you’re curious about this, I can tell you that the 2 tea books we keep handy in our home are: Tea, by Gascoyne and Marchand; and The New Tea Companion by Pettigrew and Richardson. Both are usually discounted from the cover price on Amazon. Learning about the teas you’re trying can be a fun part of this culinary adventure.

    Second, we simply had not been aware of a good brand of caffeine-free oolong before we spotted this product for review. And we can now confirm: There’s good, robust oolong flavor even after this caffeine-removal process. Makes it a fresh option for us in the evening, which is nice.

    Happy to give this 5 stars.

  2. sofloguy

    Oolong tea is my favorite and it’s great to have a decaf version available since I’m constantly drinking it! 1.5 teaspoons of it is enough for my cup. The flavor is full bodied and delicious!

  3. Gabby At Starting Fresh

    I’ve been transitioning away from coffee and drinking more tea. I was glad to try this decaffeinated Oolong tea. I found the tea strong and flavorful and relaxing. I find that the tea is rich enough for me to brew two pots with a minimal addition of tea.

  4. DMR

    This is a really excellent decaf oolong. I also would love more info in where it’s from

  5. Amy

    This tea surprisingly strong for a decaf. I like a strong tea. If you don’t, you can probably use less to make it weaker. The leaves are in big pieces, not a powder like most tea. It doesn’t filter through my strainer like a lot of loose teas do. It has a nice oolong flavor.

  6. alegria rosa

    This the best and delicious tea. We love it and enjoy it every afternoon.

  7. DMR

    This is a really excellent decaf oolong. I also would love more info in where it’s from

  8. M. Hill

    This organic decaffeinated oolong tea is semi-fermented and has a delicious flavor with a slightly roasted taste. It is decaffeinated using pressurized carbon dioxide which is considered one of the safest method and also most successfully preserves the flavor and antioxidants. One teaspoon was sufficient for brewing an 8 ounce cup and I let it steep for 5 minutes. To estimate shelf-life, the Best By date on the re-sealable pouch is two years in the future, but dates will vary. Excellent.

  9. Amazon Customer

    This is a decent quality oolong tea and I wouldn’t have guessed that it is decaffeinated. The leaves unfurl to produce a delicately-colored and -flavored brew with some mild earthy and smoky notes. However, no information is provided about the source or grade.

    That brings the value into question because the package holds just 100 g or 3.5 oz. It seems that some teas sold on Amazon are emphasizing an estimated number of cups they one might be able to brew from a packet of tea as a way to hide the outrageous prices on a per pound basis. Yes, decaf teas are much more expensive than the corresponding plain teas and yes, my local tea shop has fine quality oolongs that sell for much more, but this is not a Fair Trade tea from an identified estate or even a particular grade, for that matter. The country of origin is not stated, so I presume that it is from mainland China because the oolongs from Taiwan are generally more highly valued and probably would be identified as Formosa tea.

  10. Margaret

    This is a decent quality oolong tea and I wouldn’t have guessed that it is decaffeinated. The leaves unfurl to produce a delicately-colored and -flavored brew with some mild earthy and smoky notes. However, no information is provided about the source or grade.

    That brings the value into question because the package holds just 100 g or 3.5 oz. It seems that some teas sold on Amazon are emphasizing an estimated number of cups they one might be able to brew from a packet of tea as a way to hide the outrageous prices on a per pound basis. Yes, decaf teas are much more expensive than the corresponding plain teas and yes, my local tea shop has fine quality oolongs that sell for much more, but this is not a Fair Trade tea from an identified estate or even a particular grade, for that matter. The country of origin is not stated, so I presume that it is from mainland China because the oolongs from Taiwan are generally more highly valued and probably would be identified as Formosa tea.

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