Or in ivory chopsticks, oolong tea, imitation jade, litchi nuts and preserved leeches!
oolong was two hundred and fifty miles from the nearest land.
This chest of oolong tea represents a Japanese cruiser outside the harbor.
He had made the Solomon Islands, and there told his brothers of what we had done in oolong.
They're just bein' served with oolong and caviar sandwiches.
We were twenty-five thousand on oolong before the three schooners came.
Then he drank about two-thirds of a cup of beef-tea, and some oolong tea.
I've been lottin' all the way on a cup o' that best tea o' yourn,—some o' that oolong you keep in the little chist.
oolong Atoll was one hundred and forty miles in circumference.
But here he had to choose intelligently among orange pekoe, oolong, Ceylon, and English-breakfast teas.
dark variety of Chinese tea, 1852, from Chinese wu-lung, literally "black dragon."