Nantou Four Seasons
This oolong is made from a cultivar that can be harvested year-round—si ji chun, which means four seasons like spring. It’s grown in mountainous Nantou County, Taiwan, which is in the central part of the island. The hand-picked leaves are oxidized about 15% and rolled into ball shapes; a final light baking yields to a powerful fragrance, nectar-sweet and floral. As the leaves unfurl through multiple infusions, creamy flavors of pine and a fresh green note linger.
A well-balanced, popular tea, it's a wonderful introduction to the oolong category.
Also available in teabags.
Region: Nantou County
Tasting Notes: creamy, nectar, floral
Harvest Season: Winter 2020
4 oz or 1 lb
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This oolong is my favorite go to tea when I want to sit quietly to inhale and taste the fragrance of this delicious tea.. I have gifted this to my discerning daughter.
Love it! I drink it to keep awake during my professor’s full lectures.
Nantou Oolong Tea is my go tea for early morning and multiple infusions. I love Cradling my teacup close to my face for a delightful fragrance and then a delicious sip of hot tea!
Consistently excellent tea…good value
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subtle and delicious. I can't wait to try more of your oolongs
Nantou Four Seasons has been a favorite of mine for a number of years. It is the best Oolong I have tasted. Smooth. Refined. I make a pot of tea and keep adding hot water and can have up to 5 cups of tea from one original pot.