Chinese famous Oolong tea Imperial An Xi Tie Guan Yin
Packaging & Delivery
Aluminum Foil bag
5-8working days after order
Tie Guan Yin is one of China's Ten Famous Tea. Originally from Fujian,China.
The Five Senses and Tieguanyin Tea When drinking this tea, your five senses should be brought into play to get the most out of your tea.
1. Sight High quality Tieguanyin has heavy, tightly curled leaves of consistant color. The liquid is golden in color and the leaves, after being brewed are are thick and bright. 2. Sound During processing, Tieguanyin Tea is kneeded and then put into cloth bags which are twisted very tightly to give the tea its shape and weight. When dropped into a teapot, good leaves make a ringing sound, whereas poorer quality leaves make more of a thud. 3. Smell The dried leaves should have a sweet orchid flower aroma and the brewed tea should have a similar flavor with a hint of chestnut. This is the main difference between this and other Oolong Teas. 4. Taste The flavor of the tea should swirl around the mouth and tongue. This tea should not be gulped, but sipped and savored. Swirl the tea around your mouth with your tongue to fully enjoy the tea's delicate flavor. 5. Feel The teas leaves should feel heavy and solid.
Measured 3.4 grams of dry leaf. General rule with Oolong; double the amount of dry leaf you would use for other teas
Placed leaves in a traditional Yixing Oolong teapot that held 4 oz of water
Heated water to 95°
Rinsed the tea leaves with the water. Technically this is the first infusion, but for the purpose of this review, we’re referring to this as a ‘rinse’.
Poured 95° water on the leaves and steeped them for 45 sec.
When poured, the liquor was a pale amber colour.
The wet leaves had started to unfurl and gave a fragrant floral aroma
The liquor tasted of strong floral notes with a background of green.
Based in Jinjing Town of Changsha County, demonstration base of innovativeness for modern agriculture in Changsha City, Hunan Province, Hunan Xiangfeng Tea Industry Co., Ltd. was honored as "China Famous Brand" in 2011 and was approved in 2012 as "Top Ten Industries of Chinese Tea".
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