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From Georgia Tea Company

Oolong tea from the Fujian province of China. In Mandarin, Ti Kuan Yin means ‘iron goddess of mercy,’ a name derived from local legend. This tea is arguably the finest of Chinese oolongs, with competition-grade varieties selling for thousand of dollars a pound. Upon sampling dozens of samples, we have selected this tea as the finest we have seen this year. We hope you agree with our decision. And will give our exquisite ‘Ti Kuan Yin Trio’ a try.

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1330 tasting notes

Dinosara sent me this one a while back — thank you! I love a good oolong. This one is a solid oolong — a bit vegetal, floral and fruity! I think the flavor might be a bit lessened just because of the packaging that Georgia puts their teas in (not air tight) but Dinosara kindly put it in a better pouch (that I really want to buy some of — they are so much nicer than the baggies some of my teas are in!) I also really wish Georgia would have steep instructions on their site since I know all oolongs have different steeping parameters.

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1015 tasting notes

Many thanks to Jessica for the opportunity to try this. I have had Ti Kuan Yin as a bagged tea before and never thought I would crave it. I realize now that the bagged version was not a good version. This Ti Kwan Yin is delicious. There are subtle buttery, floral, and fruit notes that develop through multiple infusuons. I think that the second infusion is my favorite so far.

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464 tasting notes

Here’s hoping tea box

Very, very sweet! Like creamed asparagus with added hover. Light and smooth with no dryness.

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6770 tasting notes

YUM! Mouth watering goodness! Clean and crisp! Good GOOD Good!!!! It’s a lovely Ti Kwan Yin but it’s of very good quality and shows in the taste!

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471 tasting notes

Tea #10 from the HHTTB

just when i was starting to think that ti kwan yin was always a safe bet. . .not the best one I’ve had. It has a strange almost unnatural fruity sweetness. Not much else to say except that this one is definitely going back in the box.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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