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Top Grade Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong Tea Orchid Flavor 60g

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Description

This Tie-Guan-Yin is made by a new process, which is lighter than the traditional process in terms of fermentation, plus the step of removing the red edge(turn red during production). The dry tea is uniform and firm, the orchid fragrance is pure and strong, the taste is fresher, and the taste is mellow and sweet. Thick but not astringent, mellow but not light, there is a slight milky fragrance lingering, and the aftertaste is long. It is very suitable for tea lovers who have a light taste and are just beginning to drink tea.

Retail price in China:/,this tea is an exclusive product of lapsangstore.

Net weight: 60g (7.5g*8).

Size: 234mm*92mm

Grade: Top Grade.

Type: Oolong tea.

Picking Standard:1 Bud 3-4 Leaves.

Origin: Anxi County, Fujian Province.

Dry tea: Firm and round.

Soup:  Light green and bright

Aroma: Slightly creamy in orchid fragrance

Taste: Fresh and sweet.

Wet Tea: Thick and stretched, uniform turquoise.

Storage method: Sealed and placed at room temperature, cool, dry, no peculiar smell, dark place.

How to brew?

It is advisable to use a covered bowl/Purple Clay Pot for brewing.

  1. Add 8g of tea after warming the cup and smell the tea aroma.
  2. Add 98℃ water to brew.
  3. The 1st soak for 10s, pour it out and do not drink it. The 2-5 soaks for 5s. After that, it is appropriately extended for 5-10s.Make sure that the tea soup is dripped clean for each soaks to ensure the consistency of the tea soup.

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What is the origin of Tieguanyin(铁观音)?

According to legend, during the Kangxi and Yongzheng years, there was a young man named Wei Chengyin魏承荫. The whole family believed in Guanyin观音. One night in 1723, Chengyin dreamed that Guanyin appeared, and led him to a tea tree in the mountain, saying that this was the best tea, and hoped that he would cultivate it carefully and benefit the people. The next day him woke up, followed his dream and found a strange tree. The tea made from it has an elegant aroma like an orchid and rich flavor, which is comparable to other teas and is well received.Later, a teacher named it Tieguanyin(铁观音) by combining the characteristics of tea frying in an iron pot, color like iron, and heavy like iron, and it has been passed down to this day.

The "Tea-making Law of the Qing Dynasty"《清上明制茶法》 states: "The origin of Oolong tea: the working people of Anxi, Fujian created and invented Oolong tea in the third to thirteen years of Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty (1725-1735), and it was first introduced to northern Fujian after the Introduced to Taiwan Province." Tie-Guan-Yin was imitated everywhere because of its excellent quality and unique fragrance.

China's Oolong tea has four major producing areas, including southern Fujian, northern Fujian, Guangdong, and Taiwan. Fujian has the longest production history, the largest output and the best quality. It is especially famous for Anxi Tieguanyin and Wuyi rock tea.

Where is Tieguanyin in particular?

The tea soup is as sweet as dew, and the faint milky fragrance is accompanied by a refreshing sweet fragrance.The tea soup is golden and bright. Although the tongue is slightly astringent after sitting in a cup of boiling water, there is no bitterness. The foam resistance of tea does not decline due to long-term soaking. If it is brewed properly, it can be said that there is a lingering fragrance after nine soaks.

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