This is an unremarkable oolong, with a sort of seaweed aftertaste. It’s not unpleasant, but not something i would drink often by itself. It’s nice blended with things, though.
“This is an unremarkable oolong, with a sort of seaweed aftertaste. It’s not unpleasant, but not something i would drink often by itself. It’s nice blended with things, though.” Read full tasting note
“Light bodied, amber coloured liquor… It’s a so-so tea, not out of this world but not terrible. There is something smokey lingering, very mellow, floral, with high lotus notes.” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown. Had this two days ago and it was quite possibly the nastiest tea ever oh my gosh. It tasted like leafy pool water. Like no.” Read full tasting note
“This is one of my favorite oolong teas. I have heard a number of times how Teavana’s oolongs are overpriced and not as good quality as other oolongs from other sources. I just went through about...” Read full tasting note
Refreshing and fun, this rolled Oolong hails from the renowned Nantao region of Taiwan. Known locally as Si Ji Chun, meaning four seasons, this full-bodied cup is golden amber in color and pleasantly aromatic, evoking sweet jasmine, lily, and honey. Mellow and fruity with a sweet pastry finish, enjoy day or night.
Full-bodied, fresh vivid orchid and hint of lily aroma. Taste is sweet, honey-like with rich buttery flavor.
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This is one of my favorite oolong teas. I have heard a number of times how Teavana’s oolongs are overpriced and not as good quality as other oolongs from other sources. I just went through about five different oolong samples from a few different sources and none were as good as this tea. I am a student and when I drink oolong at school I tend to put a small amount in a tumbler and add hot water throughout the day. This tea holds up really well through multiple steeps and doesn’t lose flavor until I have added the very last bit of hot water I brought with me. The flavor is very floral and has some vegetable notes as an aftertaste. The leaves are very beautiful as they unfurl and the color is light yellow. This tea will be a staple in my tea collection and I recommend it for anyone interested in an easy to drink oolong.
Flavors: Floral, Vegetal
So, I finally got to enjoy my yixing pot today, which was amazing! I adore this pot so very much, and it makes me feel accomplished as a tea enthusiasts to finally have the proper gear to really enjoy my tea. Before this, all I had was the teavana perfect tea maker, which I love, don’t get me wrong. I just feel like this set that I got pulls me one step more into this amazing culture this is tea _
I used this tea in my yixing pot and became obsessed. First, my pot is 18 Oz and I topped it off three times. I adore everything about it.
The tea is wonderfully fragrant both dry and while steeping and the flavor is nice and light. I got tones of lilac and lavender, but not to much that it tasted as such. I also got a light seaweed dryness at the end of the pot. I am such a sucker for a good oolong and I hope it only get better from here.
This Teavana Four Seasons Oolong is on the greenish side (I guess that goes without saying), and smells really wonderful dried. The flavor of the pale greenish gold liquor is both floral and slightly sweet. The texture is smooth. I like it, I do.
Sipdown (101)! I used up the last of my free ounce of this tea in a delicious cold brew. For some reason, I seem to like cold brewed oolongs better when I’m drinking them while I’m eating food. On their own, they can tend to have a sharp taste that’s not necessarily bitter, but I’m not sure how else to describe it. Anyway, the food mellows that out and brings out the sweetness that I love from greener oolongs. Only two more teas to go until my August sipdown goal! Woohoo :)
(Backlogged from… Feb 14th). The boy bought me a straight tea! I was so proud, especially since he bought me an oolong :D As oolongs go, I’ve probably had better – this one was missing some of the nuances I’ve grown to love in some of the others I drink – but overall it was pretty decent, and especially after cooling/sitting, it developed the classic oolongy flavour that I adore. So again, not a repurchase, but considering how much my boyfriend doesn’t know about tea, I’m pretty pleased :) (He said that he told the lady at Teavana that I liked Milk Oolong, and she recommended this one. I’m not quite sure that I agree with her choice, but I am sooo stoked that he remembered!)