Four Seasons

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by James Henderson Robe
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “This was the first tea that I tried from Driftwood. It was a sample that James sent when he noticed that I have a taste for Oolongs. I'm not a tea aficionado yet, but I'm trying. I brewed the...” Read full tasting note
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Four Season oolongs are a semi-wild tea variety that gains its name from its regular growth throughout the year which allows for more frequent harvests. Springtime’s harvest always produces the finest, sweetest tea, which is when this 2011 Four Season Oolong was picked.

Bright, fresh and wild; a delicious example of one of Taiwan’s ‘everyday’ teas that exemplifies just how good an ‘everyday’ tea should be.

Key Flavours – lively floral notes, orchids & lilac, with hints of soft stone fruits.

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This was the first tea that I tried from Driftwood. It was a sample that James sent when he noticed that I have a taste for Oolongs. I’m not a tea aficionado yet, but I’m trying. I brewed the first for 2 minutes western style using water heated in my Utilitea kettle set to maximum green on the dial. The tea is smooth and fruity at first. The sweetness hit me right on the front of my tongue and lingered. The next two steepings were 1 minute longer each and the floral notes were more pronounced.
I could drink this tea every day and be happy! Can’t wait to try more of my order.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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