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Ito En Golden Oolong Tea Unsweetened

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A bottled Japanese oolong tea.

Pure, authentically brewed teas featuring the integrity and essence of the whole leaf, it's health promoting constituents and it's authentic tastes delivered from the tea leaf- not a lab

1 review about Ito En Golden Oolong Tea Unsweetened

If you must drink bottled tea...

  • Oct 6, 2010
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...then you could do A LOT worse than Ito En's Golden Oolong tea. Most of the sugary, over processed stuff out there is awful, and not all that good for you. I usually drink self-brewed, loose-leaf teas, but I gave this a shot when I encountered it by chanced in a grocery store. Unsweetened is a big plus, and I am a fan oolong teas. To my surprise it's quite good for what it is.

I lived on Okinawa as a teenager, and bottled oolong tea I purchased on the local economy was what started my appreciation of various kinds of tea. I'm willing to wager that Ito En's Oolong was the one that began it all. It has a mellow ta flavor with subtle hints of fruit and honey. Very soothing and refreshing. It will not replace fresh brewed tea as my daily drink, but in a pinch and for convenience, I will certainly be getting more of this.
If you must drink bottled tea... If you must drink bottled tea... If you must drink bottled tea...

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October 07, 2010
One of the ramen houses in my area stopped brewing their own tea and began serving these instead. While I prefer freshly brewed teas, I guess this is one of the better bottled teas that they could've picked. I do appreciate that I can get it cold though :) Thanks for sharing!
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