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The Tieguanyin tea from Anxi is renowned at home and abroad for its high fragrance, long-lasting aroma, and mellow, sweet, and fresh taste. Anxi Tieguanyin has a delicate nature, poor resistance to adversity, and low yield. The lightly fragrant type of Tieguanyin is the most popular in China, with tea leaves that are curled, plump, and round, with a heavy and even appearance, a sandy green color, and a golden-yellow and rich amber color after brewing. It has a natural and rich orchid fragrance, a mellow, sweet, fresh taste, and a long-lasting aftertaste, making it the best quality.

According to the quality of the tea leaves, Tieguanyin is divided into three grades: first, second, and third. The following aspects mainly determine the level of Tieguanyin: the characteristics of the appearance, color, integrity, uniformity, and aroma of the dry tea leaves. Tea leaves that are tightly curled, compact, heavy, even, sandy green in color, oily, fresh, with distinct variety characteristics, and a pure aroma of the dry tea leaves are all considered top-grade; otherwise, they are considered lower quality. The first grade is the highest level.

Tie Guan Yin tea has two aroma profiles: light fragrance and intense fragrance. In terms of production, the light fragrance type undergoes slightly lower fermentation and is roasted at a lower temperature with more rolling, while the intense fragrance type is the opposite.The light fragrance type offers a high and enduring aroma, with a fresh, crisp taste and a golden-green soup color, reminiscent of fresh spring forest leaves. On the other hand, the intense fragrance type features a darker leaf color, a richer aroma, a mellow, lasting sweetness, a golden-yellow soup color, and a more robust taste.

Tea type: Oolong Tea

Tea shape: Loose

Origin: Fujian

Picking year: 2024

Picking Season: Spring

Tea shape: Loose

Fermentation degree: 🟢🟠🟠Semi-fermented

Suggested teaware:

  • Gaiwan☕
  • Glass Cup🥛
  • Porcelain Cup
  • Clay Teapot🫖
  • Elegant Cup
  • Cold Brew

Tea-to-100g Water Ratio: 5g

Brewing Water Temperature:

  • ♨️♨️♨️~100℃/212℉

Medthod:

  1. Preparing the Tea Set: Rinse the teapot and pour hot water into the gaiwan to warm it up. Discard the water and add the tea leaves to the gaiwan.
  2. Brewing: Pour water at about 100°C into the gaiwan, cover, and steep for 1 to 3 minutes.
  3. Appreciating the Tea: After brewing, smell the aroma, which should be high and long-lasting. Observe the golden-yellow and rich amber color of the tea soup and the heavy and even appearance of the leaves at the bottom of the cup.
  4. Pouring the Tea: After brewing, pour the tea soup from the gaiwan into the drinking cup.
  5. Enjoying the Tea: When tasting, the tea should have a mellow, sweet, and fresh taste, with a mellow and refreshing aftertaste, and a slight hint of orchid fragrance.

Initial Brewing Time:

Subsequent Brewing Time:

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Tie Guan Yin Iron Goddess Oolong Tea

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The Tieguanyin tea from Anxi is renowned at home and abroad for its high fragrance, long-lasting aroma, and mellow, sweet, and fresh taste. Anxi Tieguanyin has a delicate nature, poor resistance to adversity, and low yield. The lightly fragrant type of Tieguanyin is the most popular in China, with tea leaves that are curled, plump, and round, with a heavy and even appearance, a sandy green color, and a golden-yellow and rich amber color after brewing. It has a natural and rich orchid fragrance, a mellow, sweet, fresh taste, and a long-lasting aftertaste, making it the best quality.

According to the quality of the tea leaves, Tieguanyin is divided into three grades: first, second, and third. The following aspects mainly determine the level of Tieguanyin: the characteristics of the appearance, color, integrity, uniformity, and aroma of the dry tea leaves. Tea leaves that are tightly curled, compact, heavy, even, sandy green in color, oily, fresh, with distinct variety characteristics, and a pure aroma of the dry tea leaves are all considered top-grade; otherwise, they are considered lower quality. The first grade is the highest level.

Tie Guan Yin tea has two aroma profiles: light fragrance and intense fragrance. In terms of production, the light fragrance type undergoes slightly lower fermentation and is roasted at a lower temperature with more rolling, while the intense fragrance type is the opposite.The light fragrance type offers a high and enduring aroma, with a fresh, crisp taste and a golden-green soup color, reminiscent of fresh spring forest leaves. On the other hand, the intense fragrance type features a darker leaf color, a richer aroma, a mellow, lasting sweetness, a golden-yellow soup color, and a more robust taste.

Tea type: Oolong Tea

Tea shape: Loose

Origin: Fujian

Picking year: 2024

Picking Season: Spring

Tea shape: Loose

Fermentation degree: 🟢🟠🟠Semi-fermented

Suggested teaware:

  • Gaiwan☕
  • Glass Cup🥛
  • Porcelain Cup
  • Clay Teapot🫖
  • Elegant Cup
  • Cold Brew

Tea-to-100g Water Ratio: 5g

Brewing Water Temperature:

  • ♨️♨️♨️~100℃/212℉

Medthod:

  1. Preparing the Tea Set: Rinse the teapot and pour hot water into the gaiwan to warm it up. Discard the water and add the tea leaves to the gaiwan.
  2. Brewing: Pour water at about 100°C into the gaiwan, cover, and steep for 1 to 3 minutes.
  3. Appreciating the Tea: After brewing, smell the aroma, which should be high and long-lasting. Observe the golden-yellow and rich amber color of the tea soup and the heavy and even appearance of the leaves at the bottom of the cup.
  4. Pouring the Tea: After brewing, pour the tea soup from the gaiwan into the drinking cup.
  5. Enjoying the Tea: When tasting, the tea should have a mellow, sweet, and fresh taste, with a mellow and refreshing aftertaste, and a slight hint of orchid fragrance.

Initial Brewing Time:

Subsequent Brewing Time:

Free World-wide shipping Over $60.

Order processing in two working days.

We offer a guarantee for returns within 14 days of receiving the merchandise.

For more shipping information, please refer to: shipping policy

For more return policy, please refer to: refund policy

100% Secure payments

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Apple Pay
Google Pay
Mastercard
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