Packed in a vacuum sealed pouch to preserve its freshness.
Surrounded by dramatic landscapes composed of rice fields, teak trees and bamboo colonies, the Four Seasons is quietly nursed by smooth winds.
Wonderfully fragrant, the leaves are lightly oxidized, painstakingly rolled into balls and sorted. The smooth notes of wood blending into a luxuriant floral perfume, giving this tea a refreshing green taste and a golden yellow-green infusion color. Low in caffeine, this Oolong has also the highest rate of antioxidant elements among the Shin Chin and Dong Ding Oolong teas.
Our Organic Four Seasons is the perfect companion to drink healthy tea all day long ….
|Origin||Chiang Rai province, Thailand|
|Picking style||Hand Picked|
Brewing tea is a wonderful alchemy. It requires you to use your “six senses” to understand the tea harmony. By paying attention to time and water temperature, you will optimize the brewing up to the desired taste. Of course, it differs from one tea to another, as well as the vessel to be used. For a great tasting experience, a gaiwan or a yixing clay teapot are incontestable accessories. Practice is the key.
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them” - Aristotle
150 to 200 ml
500 to 750 ml
|Amount of tea
(1 tbsp = 7 to 9 g)
|5 to 8 g||10 to 12 g|
|Water temperature||95°C||95 °C|
|First infusion||45 sec||1 mn to 1: 30 mn|
|Second infusion||10 sec||1 mn|
|Third infusion||10 sec||45 sec|
|Remaining infusions can be brewed for a longer period of time.|