Oolongs aren't oxidized enough to be called black tea, but they are too far oxidized to be called a green tea.
There are "light" and "dark" oolongs, and this is a "light" oolong in the Chinese style known as "Ti Kuan Yin" or "Ir4on Goddess of Mercy" which is a sweet, floral, creamy tea with tightly rolled leaves.
However, it is the addition of golden raisins and pineapple flavoring to this tea that steals the show. Upon steeping, the pineapple juice aroma paired with flowers is invigorating and inviting and sets the mood. Take a deep breath and take a sip -- the creamy mouthfeel and sweet floral notes of the oolong are complemented by the lightly flavored pineapple raisins, and you want to drink the entire pot.
Ingredients: Oolong Tea, Golden Raisins, Pineapple Flavor
Tasting Notes: Gentle, Soft mouthfeel, No bitterness, Pineapple Cream
Steep: 1 Tbsp of tea for 8-10 oz water. Water temperature: 190. Steep time: 3 Minutes
The tea leaves are good for multiple steepings but offer a less pronounced flavor with each steeping.
Sweetener: Not recommended
Approximately 16 Tbsp in a 4 ounce package.