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Is Wu-Long The World’s Best Tea?

Tea Growers in China Mountains

I celebrate tea every day.

I drink tea in the morning, for a 3 p.m. pick-me-up and carb-craving crusher…

And I take Wu-Long capsules for an added BOOST of polyphenols, mental clarity, and, of course… to keep off unwanted weight!

We here are Okuma make tea, well, EASY.

But tea is a fine art that dates back many generations… throughout many civilizations!

It is full of rituals, tastings, harvests, fermenting, and even climate-control.

The World’s Best Tea

As a society, we mainly give credit for the prevalence and art of tea to one magnificent country alone: China.

China today grows the finest, most delicious, and the most fragrant teas.

And China’s FINEST tea is called Wu-Long.

It’s true: in China Wu-Long tea is referred to as a “crane among chickens”.

Wu-Long’s fragrance and flavor is unmatched.  And it’s one of the world’s rarest teas because it comes from high mountains.

In fact, the Chinese refer to it as “High-Mountain” tea.

Wu-Long is a “Black Dragon” [gao-shan wu-lung cha] that is a type of “Oolong” tea.

Oolong comprises only two percent of the world’s tea…

But Wu-Long is a fraction of that already-small percentage!

What Makes Wu-Long So Special?

Wu-Long is semi-fermented; which is VERY IMPORTANT!

That’s because it retains all of the nutrients and health benefits of an unfermented green tea WITHOUT all the nasty, dirty tastes and stomach problems that are associated with unfermented green tea.

The semi-fermentation of Wu-Long also gets rid of toxic compounds found in fully fermented black tea.

Like delicious wine, Wu-Long is harvested with different flavors, aromas, bouquets, and nutrient-density every year.

You only need to steep Wu-Long for 4-5 minutes to get unbelievable floral notes and flavors.

How You Can Enjoy The World’s Best Tea

This year, our Wu-Long has it’s highest antioxidant polyphenol content EVER…

AND it’s certifiably VOID of traceable residue, pesticides, or toxins.

When you taste Wu-Long; you’ll know why it’s been touted on Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray, and even by Bill Phillips of Body For Life.

It’s very delicious, very nutritious, and there’s almost nothing in the world like it.

This weekend I’m running my first sale in a LONG time.

But I’m ONLY running it until Sunday at midnight – and ONLY for my blog readers!

Go here and today and take 25% OFF ANY SIZED ORDER with the coupon FEB25OFF.

Don’t procrastinate because once this sale is over, it’s over.

Cheers!

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Go here and today and take 25% OFF ANY SIZED ORDER with the coupon FEB25OFF.

SALE THROUGH SUNDAY ONLY!

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Comments

  1. Donna commented:

    I have been a customer in the past and still have some capsules. I believe there are great health benefits and Wu Long tea has been helpful for weight maintenance. I hesitate to buy any more – in fact I don’t plan to because of the terrible pollution in China. It often is on world news. How can you still claim that this tea if “certifiably VOID of traceable residue, pesticides, or toxins?”

    thank you for your reply.

  2. Sandra Brown commented:

    Hi Stephanie

    I am not sure who it is that no longer wishes to read your articles, but all I can say is that it is their loss !
    I always look forward to all of your emails and articles, so please, keep them coming

    Thank you
    Loyal Wu Long Tea Drinker

  3. Lorrie Burns commented:

    Dear Stephanie,
    As I have expressed before, I thoroughly enjoy and appreciate your emails. Thank you for the helpful, straightforward, often entertaining, concise and very interesting information that you send our way.
    May I please ask you a couple of questions, since you are not easily offended (thank you), and you are open and understanding when we are uneducated or hesitant in an area, perhaps, as in my case in this question area, because of strong former teaching. I have been told by health care professionals to never partake of anything from China because of the vastly different purity standards that they hold. These folks have shared that even if the label on the product shows acceptable info, that the truth is that the stats would not measure up in stricter lab settings, and you are not wise to ingest any supplements or products coming from China. Therefore, although I would like to take advantage of your sale (which I thank you very much for offering – I have been hoping for such in order to perhaps try Okuma again, if you can possibly help me with my 2 question areas), but at this point I don’t feel free to for fear that I would possibly be exposing my family and myself to things that our bodies could not, and should not, be partaking of.
    My second question is (believe it or not, I’m trying to be brief while still getting my questions across with sufficient clarity): Do you have any help for someone – specifically ME – that is super sensitive to caffeine? I have always had great difficulty sleeping, although I rarely, if ever, eat ANY of the “badies”: sugar, caffeine, wheat, etc., etc., so when I tried two cups of your delicious Okuma Tea, my sleep was even more disastrous, so I cut back to one cup early in my day although I did not want to, because I was desiring the weight loss benefits), but still had trouble, so I figured I’d better stop drinking it. I would like to try your Okuma Wulong Tea again, taking advantage of your 25% off sale, so I wondered if you would please comment on the purity question and also whether you think there is any hope or way for me to benefit in the weight loss and other 21+ areas that you spoke of in your former post come along with Okuma Tea, or if you feel that I am in that minority that just can’t handle it, and therefore would be wise to pass.
    Thank you so much, Stephanie. I look forward to hearing from you.
    Sincerely,
    Lorrie

    • Hi Lorrie!

      I’m currently writing a public email response to question number one – it’ll be on the blog within an hour or so.
      As to your second question: I don’t drink Wu-Long or take caps after 3 p.m. because I’m sensitive to caffeine, too.
      (I’ll toss and turn until 2 a.m.!)
      Wu-Long has 15.7 mg/Caffeine per serving as of a test completed on December 23rd, 2014.
      That’s approximately 1/3rd the caffeine as a cup of coffee.
      Some people can’t handle caffeine AT ALL – and if you’re one of those people… I’m very sorry!
      Our capsules have twice the caffeine as our tea – so that probably isn’t an option unless you take them FIRST thing in the morning.
      They’re perfectly safe to take on an empty stomach – and are recommended before meals anyway because they curb carb cravings.
      Listen to your body – and talk to your doctor! I hope very much that you can enjoy Wu-Long. But unfortunately if you are unable to consume caffeine… there’s no way of extracting it! Warm regards~ Stephanie

      • Lorrie Burns commented:

        You’re amazing, Stephanie! Okuma is fortunate to have you at the helm. Thank you very much for taking the time to read my email with total comprehension of my questions (which is unusual these days) and with clear and complete answers to each of those questions, both in a personal response and in the “public email response,” so that others with the same question could benefit also.
        I have made my Wu-Long tea order, taking advantage of your outstanding sale (thank you again), and I even went ahead and selected the six-month option, since your guarantee is so excellent, and I have already had experiential proof that you keep your word when you gave me a pleasant, no-questions-asked, immediate refund on my product in the past when I was not handling the caffeine well.
        Thank you so much once again, Stephanie. May your 2014 be prosperous and joyful!
        Sincerely,
        Lorrie

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