Also called semi-oxydized, blue-green or oolongs (from Chinese wu-long, black dragon - the best known, partially oxydized tea). It is traditionally produced in China and Taiwan. Although, one may also encounter rare oolongs from Darjeeling.
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Four Season Oolong Naturally Grown

country of origin  Taiwan

Oolong from Taiwan
Slightly oxidised Taiwanese oolong of the cultivar Si Ji Chun (meaning literally Four Season Spring). Tea was grown in lower altitudes of Nantou county, west Taiwan by "naturally Grown" method, without any chemical additives. Leaf is rolled into traditional tiny balls that unfold during infusion. Very light greenish in a cup with sweet ceramy slightly vegetal flavour and very pleasant flowery aroma, with a hint of vanilla and lilac.

Preparation: we recommend to prepare the tea in Gong Fu style. Put 5 g of tea into a warmed teapot (150 ml) and pour the boiled water in. Let is steep for 15 – 30 seconds, then pour into a cup. Tea will endure more infusions.


Area: Nantou County

Year: 2017

Country of origin: Taiwan

  • Price: 6,89 €

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