Lilac, green apple, hay
Oolong tea · low oxidation · light roast
This tea can sprout all year round, treating all four seasons like spring, which is how this variety received its name. It's an oolong tea and it was discovered by accident in the tea gardens of Muzha in 1985. The tea variety germinated onto its own tea plant after a Wuyi variety seeded with another tea plant.
We recognize this oolong tea by its signature lilac fragrance and crisp notes of green apples. Long-lasting and easy to brew, Four Seasons Spring is the perfect choice for everyday tea drinking.
Another possible name for this oolong tea is Si Ji Chun, which literally translates into Four Seasons Spring. This light-bodied oolong tea is for lovers of Graceful Hill and Baozhong.