Oolong Teas are semi-oxidized teas so they are not as delicate or subtle as green teas, but not as full-bodied as black teas.  Oolong teas can be oxidized anywhere from 10-80% and can be similar in appearance to green teas on the lower end of the spectrum or black teas if allowed to further oxidize.  Oolong teas are flavorful and fragrant with an aromatic taste in the cup. 

Brew water to 185-200 degrees (water will have bubbles the size of a pearl with some steam to water where the bubbles are connected to one another in a steady stream) and steep tea leaves for approximately 3-7 minutes.