Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea – Iron Goddess of Mercy (WuLong) Loose Tea – 5.3 Oz

December 14, 2013 - Comment

WUYI OOLONG is named for the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian, where mists, clouds, and unique soil conditions produce teas of exceptional character. Hand plucked leaves are carefully sorted, allowed to oxidize partially, and skillfully fired to make this golden, amber-colored brew. Wuyi Oolong has a bold, long-lasting flavor and an inviting aroma. Product Features 5.4

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WUYI OOLONG is named for the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian, where mists, clouds, and unique soil conditions produce teas of exceptional character. Hand plucked leaves are carefully sorted, allowed to oxidize partially, and skillfully fired to make this golden, amber-colored brew. Wuyi Oolong has a bold, long-lasting flavor and an inviting aroma.

Product Features

  • 5.4 Tin of fine TieKuanyin tea. Also called Iron Goddess of Mercy, is one of the most popular oolong from Anxi, Southern Fujian.
  • It enjoys the reputation of “green leaves floating in bright red with ever lasting fragrance”. A recent Japanese research shows that daily consumption of Oolong tea (3-4 cups) is effective in the control of body weight. Oolong tea is a partially-fermented tea, beween green tea (unfermented) and black tea (fermented). When brewed, it turns to a golden amber and the flavor to a complex, invigorating cup.
  • Fujian oolong has a bold flavor and nice aroma. Great for home, office & travel.
  • It is great for cup, pot, or iced tea! Product of China!
  • Nt Wt 5.3 Oz for Tiekuanyin

Comments

William C. Everett says:

Not always the same product. Just to give a little extra information, this is the Golden Dragon brand found elsewhere on the site. It comes in the tin and is a quite good oolong tea. I usually get three infusions out of each cup and there’s no discernable bitterness despite sometimes steeping the third cup for 10+ minutes (I basically let the last one steep until I’m ready to drink it)…

L. Merker "wolfhugger" says:

Sit back and enjoy with this tea! I was pleasantly surprised by the rich flavor and aroma of this tea. Now when I really want to relax with a nice cup of tea I brew this one. I add milk to my teas and this one particularly tastes great with milk and raw sugar. I recommended it to tea lovers.

D. Almasy says:

Very Good Iron Goddess I bought this after being served Iron Goddess in a coffee shop. This is a really good Oolong, but it didn’t taste the same as what I had at the coffee shop. Later I learned that the shop was serving Iron Goddess made by Rishi Tea, so I ordered that as well and I definitely prefer it.If you’re looking for a lot of Iron Goddess for your buck though, this definitely fits the bill, 5.3 oz of Rishi would cost three times as much.

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