tieguanyin tea buy
Tieguanyin is a premium variety of Chinese oolong tea originated in the 19th century in Anxi in Fujian province.
Other names: Iron Goddess, Iron Guanyin, Ti Kuan Yin, Tiet Kwun Yum
Origin: Anxi County, Fujian Province, China and others
Quick description: The harvests in spring (also known as Jade) and autumn are most prized for the fruity, sometimes even berry taste and aroma
Temperature: 90–95 °C
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Brand: Tianfu tea
Origin：Anxi, Fujian Province, China
Features: Charcoal roasted rich aroma
Keep the product in shady, dry ,ventilated, no strange smell and pollution place
Shelf life: 730 days
how to prepare tieguanyin tea
Warm a 200ml porcelain or purple clay teapot with boiled water, and put in 10 grams of tea to fill 1/5 of the pot, then infuse 90 degree Celsius boiled water. Steep 60 seconds for the first brew, 40 seconds for the second, 50 seconds for the third, and allow an additional 5-10 seconds for each subsequent brew depending on personal preference.
tieguanyin tea health benefits
tieguanyin Health Benefits. This Chinese oolong tea is high in amino acids, polyphenols and antioxidants. It contains vitamins, particularly vitamin C, and other components such as calcium, fluorine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
Improve Your Skin. One of the oolong tea health benefits is its positive effects on our skin.
Help You Lose Weight.
Increase Your Bone Density.
Keep You Relaxed.
Help You Digest.
Boost Your Energy.
– Sweet and slightly roasty overall
– STRONGLY and distinctly tasted like lightly roasted peanuts
– More flavourful than expected from a first infusion
– Still very nutty/peanut flavour with a bit of general roast/typical roasty oolong flavour
– Floral elements creeping into the background/undertones but in a really light way
– A greener, slightly sour finishing note
– Decrease in overall nuttiness and increase in floral characterics; more of a 50/50 spread
– Still smelled heavenly in a nutty/peanut way when steeping through
– Feels greener overall with more grassy and chlorine sort of undertones
– Sour aftertaste; but a clean one that doesn’t linger
– Beautiful peanut qualities have been relegated to only light whispers/undertones
– And a general floral overall profile; kind of a lily and lilac thing
– A mix of fresh/light florals & perfumey/heady ones like jasmine (without being jasmine)
– Leaves in gaiwan appear about ‘half’ opened up
– Aroma is greener, with nutty undertones still to it
– Peanut notes interact in the same way as the last infusion in terms of flavour
– Finish is more lingering now – tastes almost metallic while also tasting very green
– Same as above infusion
– Let this infusion cool down quite a lot prior to drinking; distracted by Instagram
– Feels like we’re circling back to more of a full bodied and sweet peanut flavour
– With sweet floral undertones, and less green finishing notes
– Nope; I think that sudden surge of peanut notes was a fluke ‘cause we’re back to floral
– Noticeably weaker/lighter
– Same, but just lighter in flavour
– Ending the session here;