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Tie Guan Yin Tea

Tie Guan Yin tea is renowned for its gentle sweetness and refreshing fragrance, which will quickly revitalize your spirit. The unique characteristics of this tea is the beautifully-shaped rolls, well balanced in size and weight. The leaves are emerald green, balled into the shape of spirals.The infusion will yield a pale golden tea as beautiful as amber, the natural aroma of orchid, and a lasting deep and soothing sweetness. Ti Guan Yin tea could be infused 7 times yet the complex flavors still linger.

 

Description

What is Tie Guan Yin tea?

Tie Guan Yin tea looks very similar to Oolong tea and is often confused with Oolong tea. Essentially, Tie Guan Yin tea is classified as green tea because it has a low level of oxidation, at 10 – 15%, while Oolong tea has the oxidation of 30-40%, so this tea has taste of green tea so much. Moreover, it only uses tea leaves but not buds as usual tea.

Tie guan yin

Tie guan yin tea leaves

How to process Tie Guan Yin tea

Because Tie guan yin tea tree is naturally soft, so it should be thoroughly cared. The tea tree sprouts at the end of March every year, and we harvested at the beginning of May. In addition, The tea tree shouts out buds year-round, but the yield is highest in spring, and the aroma is highest in autumn.

After drying, People  wrapped tea in white cloth, lightly twined and arranged tidy for 25 times. Then, drying with low temperature, caffeine in the tea leaves will sublimate, clustere into the white mist on the leaf surface.

This tea has bright yellow and clear. When enjoying tea, take small sips, slightly turn tongue to contact tea, then slowly swallow, and feel the aroma and bitter taste.

How to brew tea

Here is the video for you to brew a good cup of tea

 

Additional information

Location

Bao Loc city, Lam Dong province

Material

young tea leaves

Infusion temperature

100°C

Infusion time

20 seconds

Color

light yellow green

Flavor

orchid flavor

Aroma

light bitter and sweet aftertaste

Infusion

7 times

1 review for Tie Guan Yin Tea

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Belle

    It’s impiarteve that more people make this exact point.

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