Tie Guan Yin oolong Tea – Loose Leaf – 3.5oz Tin – 20 Servings

September 11, 2017 - Comment

Description: Type: Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea From the origin: Fujian, China Harvest Season: 2017 Spring Stainless steel material of durable, strong. Store Conditions:Store in airtight, opaque container in a cool, dry place away from sunlight, bettter in the fridge Shelf Life:18 months Brew Guide:Drop 5 grams Oolong Tea into the cup. Steep tea leaves

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Description:
Type: Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea
From the origin: Fujian, China
Harvest Season: 2017 Spring
Stainless steel material of durable, strong.
Store Conditions:Store in airtight, opaque container in a cool, dry place away from sunlight, bettter in the fridge
Shelf Life:18 months
Brew Guide:Drop 5 grams Oolong Tea into the cup. Steep tea leaves in 110ml hot water at 95-100°c for 40 seconds for the first and second brewing. Number of Infusions: 5 times Suitable teaware: sand-fired pot, Gaiwan.
The Feature of Iron Goddness Oolong:
Iron mercy goodness is the most famous name in oolong tea. It is produced in Anxi town, Fujian province, on behalf of the oolong tea of south of Fujian province. Gongfu tea style brewing is suitable. The temperature should be around 90C. Tea and Zen are close to each other in ancient days. Named as iron mercy Goddness can give a ceremony to respect the Buddha while drinking tea every day. While casting the iron mercy Goddness into the pot, meditating the tea name, praying is within the process. Curly stripe, fat and round together tea leaves. Durable fragrance, obvious lingering charm, with a taste of orchid. The color of the liquor is yellow-green. The taste is mellow, sweet and good fresh after-taste.
Item Included:
1 tin Superior Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea 3.5oz with a wood spoon

Product Features

  • FLORAL TASTE: Bright floral notes and a finesweetness
  • MOUNTAIN GROWN: Farm is in a remote location between mountains
  • NO NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS: Real ingredients. None flavorings
  • Fresh: Directly ship out from China, well kept freshness
  • Packing:Comes in a tine and sealed bags of loose leaf teas

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