Four Season Oolong

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Floral, Popcorn, Sweet
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec 4 g 6 oz / 168 ml

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  • “I decided to finish the remainder of the sample of this tea this afternoon. Last time I used water at 195° but, in hopes of getting more of a higher, floral note out of it, I’m doing this batch at...” Read full tasting note
  • “WOW! Dry Smell: Dry Roasted peanuts Wet: Earthy nutty So that was not what I expected. The smell is very misleading, at least for me it was. This tastes just like a very subtle jasmin tea. There is...” Read full tasting note
  • “Drinking this today out of a beaten up chipped and stained infuser mug I got in Chinatown – lmao! Looks like I might need a new mug very soon. :) When I think of a classic high mountain oolong...” Read full tasting note
  • “Got the samples from Tea from Taiwan today, and they were packed in nice little vacuum-sealed pouches. I decided to start with this one. Not sure about everyone else, but whenever I get something...” Read full tasting note

From Tea from Taiwan

Winter 2009

Four Season oolong tea (wu long tea) is a varietal grown in the Alishan (Mount Ali) tea region of Taiwan. Alishan is one of Taiwan’s most famous tea areas. The rich soil combined with the daily fog produces ideal conditions for growing tea.

Four Season tea is a high-mountain (gao shan) tea which has been hand-picked and hand-processed by traditional methods. It is an excellent daily tea with a smooth sweet taste and pleasing colour. Four Season tea is the best oolong available in this price range. It compares well with some of our more expensive teas.

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12 Tasting Notes

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This is a great every day drinker. Very nice leaves, lots of stems if you like that. I’m noticing that with the 2 or 3 teas I’ve tried so far from Tea from Taiwan.

The dry leaves have a kind of buttered popcorn smell to me with a little bit of a floral background.

I’m getting some sweet corn taste in the liquor, real nice pale yellow color. I get about 6 or 7 solid steeps Gaiwan style.

Nothing spectacular overall, but very solid all around and great deal for the price.

Flavors: Floral, Popcorn, Sweet

195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec 4 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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