Stonerolled Roasted Oolong

£13.95£14.95

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A new type of powdered tea, stoneground and roasted in-house using our stonerolled process.

Stonerolled Roasted Oolong is made from a blend of Si Ji Chun and Jin Xuan oolongs from a small farm in Ming Jian, Taiwan, grown without artificial fertilisers or pesticides. After a roast by the farmer we then roast the tea a second time at our warehouse in Camden and grind it at a slow speed using traditional granite slabs until it is a fine powder.

This tea has been developed specifically to be made with milk (either dairy or plant-based) which accentuates its best qualities, and can be simply made mixed with cold milk, whisked with warm milk, or made as a shot with textured milk like a latte. In cold milk the taste is incredibly sweet with notes of caramel and ginger biscuit, with a coffee flavour from the roasting that is brought out even more in warm milk.

ORIGIN
Hsieh Family, Ming Jian, Nantou, Taiwan

SIZE OF FARM
1 acre

PLANTS AND PROCESSING
Blend of roasted oolong, Camellia Sinensis Sinensis. Harvested May 2018. Roasted and stoneground soon before sale.

BREWING METHODS
The following brewing methods are for 1 pint of milk which creates around four servings, but can be scaled up or down:

Cold  – Finely sift 8g of stonerolled tea into a bowl and whisk with 70ml of water that has been cooled to 80°C until dissolved. Pour into a bottle with a cap and add 1 pint (~568ml) of cold dairy or plant-based milk and shake briefly. Drink straight away, or leave in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

Hot –  Finely sift 8g of stonerolled tea into a bowl and whisk with 70ml of water that has been cooled to 80°C until dissolved. Pour into a bottle with a cap and add 1 pint (~568ml) of cold dairy or plant-based milk and shake briefly. Warm and whisk as much of the milk tea as you want to drink in a pan or machine to a maximum temperature of 65°C. Keep any leftover milk tea refrigerated and use within a day.

Alternatively, once the tea has been dissolved in warm water, hot textured milk can be poured over to create drinks of a similar strength to a piccolo, flat white or latte.

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