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Tie Guan Yin Tea Commodity: Superfine Ti Guan Yin Tea
Synonyms: Iron Goddess Oolong Tea
Art.No: TGY12
Origin: Anxi County, Fujian Province
Grade: Level AA (Superfine)
Style: Floral, Light Oxidation
Supply Capacity: 100KG
Shelf Life: Three Months (vacuum-packed in aluminum foil pouches under normal temperature condition)
     Two Years (vacuum-packed in aluminum foil pouches under -5°C)
Packaging: Carton Outside, each 7.5g vacuum-packed in aluminum foil pouches, >See Pictures<.
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Standard: Low Pesticide Residue
Tea Varietal: Ti Guan Yin Cultivar
Harvest Time: Early-May
Farming Methods: Biodynamic Farming
Production Methods: Plucking-drying-cooling-tossing-drying and oxidation-repeating drying and tossing-stopping oxidation-curling-drying-sorting and grading-packing)

Ti Guan Yin Tea got its name from a kind of tea cultivar named Ti Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy) which is an ideal material for making oolong tea. Grown in the An-xi region of China’s Fujian province, Ti Guan Yin is the world’s most renowned oolong tea. 10%-50%oxidation results in a tightly wound, uniform tea that is very dense, sage green in color and with what appears to be a light glazing of frost. The art of making Ti Guan Yin is quite complicated, particularly as the tea nears completion. It is refired one final time at a very low temperature; at this point the most distinguishing feature of the tea (the light glazing of frost) appears.

Rank 3rd in Top Ten Famous Teas of China. Ti Guan Yin Tea is so popular that it almost become the pronoun of the oolong tea. This kind of superfine Ti Guan Yin is close to green tea, with only a little fermentation. Subsequently, it has a very flowery, delicate aroma without the green tea "grassiness" or astringency.

Other spellings and names include Ti Kuan Yin, Tit Kwun Yum, Ti Kwan Yin, Tie Guan Yin, Iron Buddha, Iron Goddess of Mercy, and Tea of the Iron Bodhisattva.

Brewing Instructions:

You can brew Ti Guan Yin Tea in the casual way similar to that of brewing green tea except that you need to use water at around 100°C and remember This kind of Ti Guan Yin Tea can stand up for 5-6 brewings.

>See How to Brew Tie Guan Yin Tea in the Gongfu Way<
Flavor \taste note: Fragrant, smooth, complex with sweet aftertaste
Dried leaves: Green and tightly rolled in ball shape
Dried Tealeaves: Ti Guan Yin Tea Leaves
Infusion: The Superfine Ti Guan Yin Oolong Tea produces liquor with luster in bright pale yellow color.
Ti Guan Yin Tea Infusion
Brewed Tealeaves: Brewed tealeaves are in green color with only part of them with red border, showing the Tie Guan Yin Tea is in light oxidation style Ti Guan Yin Brewed Tea



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