Fruity (Sijichun) Oolong Tea from Fong Mong Tea is a really interesting oolong to pull a part flavor-wise. Sure their are fruity notes but at the beginning I could pick up very gentle and subtle charcoal hints as well. It’s crisp, clean, mouth-watering, thirst-quenching, sweet, even a bit floral, and delightful!
Fong Mong Tea has always been one of my top companies for various oolongs and this one didn’t disappoint. It’s incredible and I highly recommend it. This is nice hot or cold. Fruity (Sijichun) Oolong Tea from Fong Mong Tea holds up to multiple infusions well, too! Try it, share it, ponder this cup!
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Oolong Tea
Where to Buy: Fong Mong Tea
Plucked from Taiwan peculiar Four Seasons Spring oolong tea leaves, in addition to stringent management of planting, Taiwan fruity oolong tea (Sijichun) was handcrafted to refine into circumspect & traditional oolong tea. This Four Seasons Spring oolong was strictly selected as a higher grade oolong tea, possesses particularly pure and strong fresh flower fragrance plus smooth taste which you, tea lovers, won’t miss it out.
Learn even more about this tea here.
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