Nantou Four Seasons Sample

$5.00
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Try a small size—about three servings—of our Nantou oolong tea. Click here to order regular retail sizes.

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.

Country: Taiwan
Tasting Notes: creamy, nectar, floral

Approximately three servings

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Brew temperature 200º F
Western style brewing 3-5 grams, 2-3 minute steep
Gaiwan style brewing ¼- full, 10-20 second steep

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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A perfect afternoon treat - no sweetener needed. It's my first oolong and I'll be sure to order more.

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Delicious! The first steep is bright, fresh, intensely floral (almost ...breezy?) and refreshing with no bitterness whatsoever, followed by an earthiness and tang that builds with each consecutive steep. I'm absolutely in love with this tea.

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Very good tea -- especially for its price-point!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
100%
(3)
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C
C.N.

A perfect afternoon treat - no sweetener needed. It's my first oolong and I'll be sure to order more.

c
c.g.

Delicious! The first steep is bright, fresh, intensely floral (almost ...breezy?) and refreshing with no bitterness whatsoever, followed by an earthiness and tang that builds with each consecutive steep. I'm absolutely in love with this tea.

W
W.S.

Very good tea -- especially for its price-point!