What could be smoother than Norah Jones in a silk gown, crooning a ballad while lounging on a divan made of melting vanilla ice cream? Two of her, doing the same thing. Or a cup of Yuri oolong. Hints of spice and citrus lead on to honeyed undertones, and an experience that whispers, "smooooooth".

Taste / Aroma: greens, floral and fruity notes.

Infusion: champagne

Caffeine: medium

Grade: SFTGFOP1

Brewing Suggestion:
2 teaspoons (2 grams) per 150 ml (5 oz) cup.
Steep for 5 minutes at 80-85°C / 175-185°F.
Serve plain or with lemon and sugar.

Answers to all your tea questions 

How many cups of tea can I brew with 100g of this tea?

Usually, about 50 cups of tea, assuming a 150 ml (5 oz) cup. Fewer if you like your tea VERY strong, more if you prefer a milder brew.

Can I buy a different pack size?

Presently, 100 grams and 10 grams are the standard pack sizes we carry. However, if you’re interested in ordering in bulk (more than 1 kilogram), just mail us on iwantmoretea@wodehousetea.com, and we’ll gladly raise a special order for you.

How should I store this tea?

Our pouches are designed to keep your tea fresh – just remember to store the pouch in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Squeezing out the extra air before sealing the ziplock will preserve the aroma and freshness for longer.

Can you ship it as a gift to someone without the invoice?

Unfortunately, no. According to law, we must include the invoice with every order we ship.

Yuri Darjeeling Oolong Tea

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What could be smoother than Norah Jones in a silk gown, crooning a ballad while lounging on a divan made of melting vanilla ice cream? Two of her, doing the same thing. Or a cup of Yuri oolong. Hints of spice and citrus lead on to honeyed undertones, and an experience that whispers, "smooooooth".

Taste / Aroma: greens, floral and fruity notes.

Infusion: champagne

Caffeine: medium

Grade: SFTGFOP1

Brewing Suggestion:
2 teaspoons (2 grams) per 150 ml (5 oz) cup.
Steep for 5 minutes at 80-85°C / 175-185°F.
Serve plain or with lemon and sugar.

Answers to all your tea questions 

How many cups of tea can I brew with 100g of this tea?

Usually, about 50 cups of tea, assuming a 150 ml (5 oz) cup. Fewer if you like your tea VERY strong, more if you prefer a milder brew.

Can I buy a different pack size?

Presently, 100 grams and 10 grams are the standard pack sizes we carry. However, if you’re interested in ordering in bulk (more than 1 kilogram), just mail us on iwantmoretea@wodehousetea.com, and we’ll gladly raise a special order for you.

How should I store this tea?

Our pouches are designed to keep your tea fresh – just remember to store the pouch in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Squeezing out the extra air before sealing the ziplock will preserve the aroma and freshness for longer.

Can you ship it as a gift to someone without the invoice?

Unfortunately, no. According to law, we must include the invoice with every order we ship.


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What could be smoother than Norah Jones in a silk gown, crooning a ballad while lounging on a divan made of melting vanilla ice cream? Two of her, doing the same thing. Or a cup of Yuri oolong. Hints of spice and citrus lead on to honeyed undertones, and an experience that whispers, "smooooooth".

Taste / Aroma: greens, floral and fruity notes.

Infusion: champagne

Caffeine: medium

Grade: SFTGFOP1

Brewing Suggestion:
2 teaspoons (2 grams) per 150 ml (5 oz) cup.
Steep for 5 minutes at 80-85°C / 175-185°F.
Serve plain or with lemon and sugar.

Answers to all your tea questions 

How many cups of tea can I brew with 100g of this tea?

Usually, about 50 cups of tea, assuming a 150 ml (5 oz) cup. Fewer if you like your tea VERY strong, more if you prefer a milder brew.

Can I buy a different pack size?

Presently, 100 grams and 10 grams are the standard pack sizes we carry. However, if you’re interested in ordering in bulk (more than 1 kilogram), just mail us on iwantmoretea@wodehousetea.com, and we’ll gladly raise a special order for you.

How should I store this tea?

Our pouches are designed to keep your tea fresh – just remember to store the pouch in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Squeezing out the extra air before sealing the ziplock will preserve the aroma and freshness for longer.

Can you ship it as a gift to someone without the invoice?

Unfortunately, no. According to law, we must include the invoice with every order we ship.

What could be smoother than Norah Jones in a silk gown, crooning a ballad while lounging on a divan made of melting vanilla ice cream? Two of her, doing the same thing. Or a cup of Yuri oolong. Hints of spice and citrus lead on to honeyed undertones, and an experience that whispers, "smooooooth".

Taste / Aroma: greens, floral and fruity notes.

Infusion: champagne

Caffeine: medium

Grade: SFTGFOP1

Brewing Suggestion:
2 teaspoons (2 grams) per 150 ml (5 oz) cup.
Steep for 5 minutes at 80-85°C / 175-185°F.
Serve plain or with lemon and sugar.

Answers to all your tea questions 

How many cups of tea can I brew with 100g of this tea?

Usually, about 50 cups of tea, assuming a 150 ml (5 oz) cup. Fewer if you like your tea VERY strong, more if you prefer a milder brew.

Can I buy a different pack size?

Presently, 100 grams and 10 grams are the standard pack sizes we carry. However, if you’re interested in ordering in bulk (more than 1 kilogram), just mail us on iwantmoretea@wodehousetea.com, and we’ll gladly raise a special order for you.

How should I store this tea?

Our pouches are designed to keep your tea fresh – just remember to store the pouch in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Squeezing out the extra air before sealing the ziplock will preserve the aroma and freshness for longer.

Can you ship it as a gift to someone without the invoice?

Unfortunately, no. According to law, we must include the invoice with every order we ship.

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