oolong ti kuan yin
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Brand Name: Bama
Production license number: SC11435052401198
Factory Name: Fujian Bama Tea Industry Co., Ltd.
Address: Longqiao Park, Economic Development Zone, Anxi County, Fujian Province
Ingredients: Anxi ti kuan yin
Storage method: anti-moist, anti-odor, no direct light
Shelf life: 540 days
Net content: 250g
Packing: bagged packaging
Category: Gift Box Tea
Category: oolong ti kuan yin
Origin: Mainland China
Province: Fujian Province
City: Wuyishan City
Oolong tea dry tea
shape: dragonfly head
Series: Lan Ruo 1 box
Fragrance: delicate fragrance
Taste: flowery and fresh delicate aroma character
ti kuan yin tea (literally: “Iron Goddess of Mercy”) is a premium variety of Chinese oolong tea originated in the 19th century in Anxi in Fujian province. Tikuanyin produced in different areas of Anxi have different gastronomic characteristics.
Anxi ti kuan yin tea – Recently, this oolong is typically close to a green tea, with only a little oxidation. With a very flowery and fresh delicate aroma character, the tea liquid is golden yellow. In the past, the tea was traditionally more heavily roasted.
ti kuan yin tea health benefits
tie guan yin tea benefits : Anti aging with polyphenols, anti-cancer, anti-atherosclerosis, diabetes prevention and treatment, weight loss, prevention and treatment of caries, sterilization and antispasmodic, clear heat, refreshing and alleviate a hangover.
Chinese ti kuan yin tea brewing
how to prepare tie guan yin tea
Water Temperature 90–95 °C
ti kuan yin tea processing
The processing of Tieguanyin tea is complex and requires expertise. Even if the tea leaf is of high raw quality and is plucked at the ideal time, if it is not processed correctly, its true character will not be shown. This is why the method of processing Tieguanyin tea was kept a secret.
1. plucking tea leaves (Chinese: 採青; pinyin: cǎi qīng)
2. sun withering (Chinese: 晒青; pinyin: shài qīng)
3. cooling (Chinese: 晾青; pinyin: liàng qīng)
4. tossing (Chinese: 搖青; pinyin: yáo qīng)
5. withering, this includes some oxidation. (Chinese: 萎凋; pinyin: wĕi diào)
6. fixation (Chinese: 殺青; pinyin: shā qīng)
7. rolling (Chinese: 揉捻; pinyin: róu niǎn)
8. drying (Chinese: 烘乾; pinyin: hóng gān)
After drying some teas go through the added processes of roasting and scenting.