Oolong tea is not fully oxidized black tea. Some teas that we traditionally call black tea may in fact be more accurately described as Oolong tea. Good examples of these are many of the modern Darjeeling teas which are not fully fermented giving a lighter, often more brisk finish.
No. The difference between the two tea types is that oolong tea is semi-fermented and black tea is fully fermented.
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