A variety of tea drinks
Oolong tea is sometimes referred to as brown tea, halfway between a black and green tea. Oolongs are creamy, their liquor literally coating your mouth like fresh cream.
All green teas originate from the same species, the Camelia Sinensis. To make green tea, the fresh tea leaves are briefly cooked using either steam or dry heat. Green tea production methods vary but the focus is always to fix the green color.
The flavors of black tea can range from malty or smokey to fruity and sweet.