2009 Spring High-roasted Anxi Tie Guan Yin
High-roasted Tie Guan Yin is famous for its thick Tie Guan Yin flavor and thick taste. Besides, many old tea drinkers would like to drink this kind of high-roasted Tie Guan Yin to warm their stomachs and refresh themselves in the early morning, especially the aged high-roasted Tie Guan Yin, which is much milder to the stomach, but with good taste and lingering sweetness.
This TGY is produced in 2009, and re-baked them in 2010, and is mainly exported to Taiwan. So its meets the European minimum residue level standard. It is like Pu Er tea, which can be aged naturally. Don’t need to put this tea in the freezer.
Origin: Anxi county, Fujian Province
Harvest time: 2009 Spring
Picking standard: two or three half-matured tea leaves
Shape: tight bold ball shape (or some call dragonfly head shape)
Dried tea color: bloom dark brownish
Aroma: charming ripe fruit fragrance
Tea soup color: bright golden yellowish color
Taste: thickness, ripe fruit taste, sweetness, softness, full of old Tie Guan Yin flavor & taste.