Four Seasons Oolong
Updated: Jul. 27, 2015
About Four Seasons OolongFour seasons oolong, or in Chinese, Si Ji Chun(四季春) is a variety of Taiwanese oolong produced from a particular cultivar of tea, usually grown in the Nantou region, but also grown in Chiayi. The name literally translates as four seasons spring or four seasons springtime, but tea companies rarely include this full translation.
Four seasons oolong is typically produced in the style of traditional greener oolongs, with low oxidation (around 20%) and a light but noticeable roast. The aroma is often described as floral, fruity, and sometimes earthy. Si Ji Chun often tends to be relatively inexpensive among greener high-grown Taiwanese oolongs.
Best Four Seasons Oolong
The notion of the "best" Four Seasons Oolong is subjective, because different people have different tastes. We present the most often-rated and highest-rated teas in this category, and allow you to draw your own conclusions.
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Examples of Four Seasons Oolong
The following are examples of the 8 selections of Four Seasons Oolong in our database.