Product Description

Tie Guan Yin is a semi-fermented tea made of leaves harvested from high quality tea plants grown in Anxi, Fujian Province, China. The stout, rolled and round tea leaves impart a pronounced aroma and yield a golden infusion that is rich and mellow with a sweet, lingering aftertaste. The tea’s distinct aroma, named after the Goddess of Mercy, stays on even after a few rounds of steeping. It is a great everyday beverage that gives rise to a general sense of well-being.

Product Origin: Anxi, Fujian
Quantity: 7g x 5 packets
Tea Type: Oolong Tea
Tea Intensity: Reddish-Orange
Aroma: Ripe Fruit, Honey
Taste: Sweet, Mellow
Shelf Life: 3 months
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.

Brewing Method
Add 7g of tea leaves to the purple clay, ceramic or porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 85°C – 95°C. Steep for approximately 45 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.

Product Description

Tie Guan Yin is a semi-fermented tea made of leaves harvested from high quality tea plants grown in Anxi, Fujian Province, China. The stout, rolled and round tea leaves impart a pronounced aroma and yield a golden infusion that is rich and mellow with a sweet, lingering aftertaste. The tea’s distinct aroma, named after the Goddess of Mercy, stays on even after a few rounds of steeping. It is a great everyday beverage that gives rise to a general sense of well-being.

Product Origin: Anxi, Fujian
Quantity: 7g x 5 packets
Tea Type: Oolong Tea
Tea Intensity: Reddish-Orange
Aroma: Ripe Fruit, Honey
Taste: Sweet, Mellow
Shelf Life: 3 months
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.

Brewing Method
Add 7g of tea leaves to the purple clay, ceramic or porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 85°C – 95°C. Steep for approximately 45 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.

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