Tikuanyin Tea - Anxi Gande Traditional 4A Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
Natural Flavours, Oolong Tea, Oolong Tea Leaves
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Name: Tikuanyin Tea
Grade: 4A
Original: Gande town, Anxi county, Fujian Province
Harvest time: 2017 spring
Picking standard: Two or three half-matured tea leaves
Dried tea color: Bloom and green
Shape: Tight bold ball shape (or some call dragonfly head shape)
Aroma: Natural and fresh, orchid aroma
Taste: Freshness, sweetness, charming orchid fragrance, long after-taste, promoting the secretion of saliva for a long time
Tea soup color: Bright light yellowish green color

Brewing instuction:

The following are the steps that you need to take when brewing your Iron Goddess of Mercy Tea:

1. Fill your traditional yixing tea pot (a traditional Chinese teapot made from purple clay) and porcelain cup halfway with hot water in order to preheat them.
2. Add two teaspoons of tea leaves into your yixing. Alternatively, you can use any other type of vessel and ensure that you add 2 teaspoons of tea leaves to every 8 oz of water.
3. Fill your teapot with water that is heated up to 90 to 95 degrees centigrade.
4. Place the lid on your yixing and allow the tea steep for two minutes.
5. Your Iron Goddess of Mercy Tea is now ready for consumption and you can now pour it into your teacup and consume it.

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