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Best place to buy good quality Chinese tianfu’s Anxi iron buddha oolong tea 150g 15 mini bags online for sale with health benefits to Reduce cholesterol, improve skin, high in anti-oxidants, aid digestion with light smoky and floral taste.

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Description

iron buddha tea company: ten fu’s tea (tianfu)
Production date: 2018-09-26 to 2018-09-26
Shelf life: 1095 days
Net weight: 150g (15 mini bags)
1. Exclusive Loose Leaf Tea – A high grown oolong tea loose leaf from Anxi, Fujian province, China. All natural leavs from ecological tea garden.
2. Iron buddha tea are semi-fermented & contain abundant anti-oxidants, amino acids, polyphenols, good for weight loss.
3. One of Top 10 Chinese Tea – Can be dated back to the year 1725, nearly 300 years history.

ti kuan yin tea

tie guan yin oolong

anxi tie guan yin

anxi tieguanyin tea

dark green, and tightly rolled leaves.
tieguanyin oolong tea

tie kuan yin tea

The unfurling leaf of this exquisite oolong produces a clear, clean golden yellow liquid and refreshing light and naturally sweet taste.
tieguanyin oolong

ti kuan yin oolong tea

Tieguanyin is a premium variety of Chinese oolong tea that originated in the 19th century. And names include “Ti Kuan Yin”, “Tit Kwun Yum”, “Ti Kwan Yin”, “Iron Buddha”, “Iron Goddess Oolong”, and “Tea of the Iron Bodhisattva”

iron buddha tea benefits

Benefits: Reduces cholesterol, improves skin, high in anti-oxidants, aids digestion.

These antioxidants help to protect the small intestine from irritation that causes inflammation. Tea may not replace medication. But it can help enhance the restorative effects and help your heal your gut faster. Iron Buddha tea is the perfect addition to any healthy diet and lifestyle routine.

It contains vitamins, particularly vitamin C, and other components such as calcium, fluorine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. This Chinese oolong tea may certainly benefit you on a daily basis. Drinking a daily cup of tea may help improve your sluggish digestion.

Improve Your Skin. One of the oolong tea health benefits is its positive effects on our skin. Oolong tea contains antioxidants known as polyphenols, and the anti-allergenic properties of these polyphenols can relieve certain skin problems.

iron buddha tea taste

Iron Buddha tea (tie guan yin) is an intensely floral Oolong tea, rolled and fired to create Smoky and mysterious taste. In the past, the tea was traditionally more heavily roasted with roast nutty character.

How to brew iron buddha tea

Brew:Water 100°C Amount: 3g / 250ml water Infusion: 30/40/60seconds

Always start by cleaning and washing the teapot with boiling water. Place the suggested amount of tea leaves in the warm pot and rinse tea leaves with hot water. Warm tea cups with hot water. Never fill up a cup one at a time. In other words, pour a small amount of tea into each cup in a few rounds until they are full.

Step 1: cleaning and washing the teapot with boiling water
Always start by cleaning and washing the teapot with boiling water. Place the suggested amount of tea leaves in the warm pot and rinse tea leaves with hot water which helps to wake up and precipitate the aroma of the tea.

Tieguanyin’s collection is very special. It is not picking very young leaves, but picking a slightly mature 2-3 leaves, commonly known as “open noodles”, so it should be boiling water when brewing. It is said to wash tea, in fact, because Tieguanyin granules are tight, so let it stretch with boiling water, wake it up.

Water injection

100 ° C! 100 ° C! 100 ° C!

Many articles on the Internet say that the best tea temperature of Tieguanyin is 80 °C, which is purely nonsense. Those who really understand Tieguanyin will not use 80 degrees of water temperature to brew, because this will not make a taste, and they will not be able to make a sound.

Once again, remind the tea friends that the water temperature requirement for brewing Anxi Tieguanyin is 100 °C, and it also needs to boil.

Step 2:
The first 1-3 bubbles were soaked for about 10 – 30 seconds, starting from the fourth bubble, and each bubble was extended for 5 seconds. Soaking time is too short, easy to be boring, and soaking time is too long and easy to bitter.

However, there is no absolute soaking time, which is generally determined by factors such as the amount of tea, personal taste, tea picking season, tenderness, and tightness. But the soaking time also follows a principle – as the number of brewing increases.

For tea lovers, the easiest way to brew a cup of satisfying tea is to try more and adjust the soaking time according to your taste.

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