Oolongs are the most complex of all teas. The most highly prized are grown in small family gardens and carefully tended from bush to tea chest by a skilled tea master. Offering a wide range of flavors from almost like green tea to almost like a fully oxidized black tea, it is the amount of oxidation along with the varietal of the tea plant which determines how this tea will taste. More lightly oxidized Oolongs will have an almost floral, light taste and aroma while a more thoroughly oxidized Oolong will have a toasty, nutty, and sometimes fruity taste and aroma. All of this just from the tea itself, with no flavoring or scenting added. Most Oolongs are tightly rolled in their processing and therefore will hold up to multiple infusions, each releasing a nuance of flavor and aroma.