Where black and oolong teas go through withering, rolling, oxidizing, drying, and sorting, green and white teas are not oxidized, or fermented, as part of processing.
Oolong teas are less processed than black tea and more processed than green tea, however this type is not available in the Four O'clock brand.
Green teas as well as white, oolong, and black teas are all created using the same plant and applying different processing or growing methods.
Camellia sinensis, or tea plant, can be processed a number of ways to create different varieties of tea, like black, oolong, green or white.
Black, green, oolong, white and herbal teas are available infused with many different flavors.
A Chiu Chow meal is typically polished off with oolong tea as a digestive aid.
Green Tea - black and oolong tea come from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis.
Green tea is less processed than black or oolong teas.
Oolong tea: A combination of green and black teas.
The export production of the island of Formosa is limited to a particular class of tea termed Formosa Oolong, practically all produced for the United States Oolong.