Four Seasons Oolong tea was founded accidentally by a tea farmer in the Mu Zha area in Taipei, almost like a tea growing wild in his garden. Interesting to note that one characteristic of this tea is its somewhat strong vigor and wildness. This farmer happened to notice that some of his tea plants were growing exceptionally fast while his other regular tea plants were not even beginning to bud. So he nurtured & planted a field of this tea and discovered he could get up to 7 or 8 harvests per year. It could even be harvested in early or late winter, and was therefore named Four Seasons Oolong and offers an elegant cup with a fresh, flowery aroma and strong flavor.
How to Brew this Tea:
Amount of Tea per 6 oz water – 1 teaspoon
Water Temperature - 203°- 212°
Time of Steeping - 2-3 minutes
Can be infused multiple times
3 minutes on the first infusion, and about 1 minute for the second and third infusions.