The name is accurate, with this tea having a reddish dark aroma that is like a mild flour bouquet. A good Four Seasons cultivar tends to have a lilac aroma to me, which I see reflected in this tea. It is very pleasant and sure to pleasantly surprise those who might think that they don't like darker oolongs. It has some dark reddish flavor while also having the florals of a light oolong.
This tea has an interesting flavour profile I've not come across much, which might be due to the unusually high oxidisation level for the four seasons cultivar, as noted in the product description. I found it was lighter in both body and flavour than I expected based on the oxidisation level, and therefore used a little more leaf, as it was a bit muted at 5g per 100ml