Tie Guan Yin Grade II Modern Green Style

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Oolong Tea
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Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 1 min, 45 sec

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Production Region: Fujian Province

Style: Modern green style

Pack Size: 1 oz. (4×7g vacuum packs or 28g pack)

Price per unit: $2.70

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You may have noticed (if you look in my cupboard that is), but I tend to gravitate toward flavored teas. Like, strongly flavored desserty teas. But I won the Valentine’s contest by Life in Teacup, which was very fortuitous indeed – it got me back to the roots of really good, basic tea.

This was the first of my samples that I broke open. Upon smelling it I immediately said “flowers!” at the same time that my boyfriend said “grass!”, so in other words, it’s a garden in a cup. After it was brewed the flowers stayed in the smell, but there was also something buttery behind it. Despite that buttery presence the tea was extremely light..the flowers were very present in the taste. It was like springtime on my palate, if that makes any sense.

It made a wonderfully calming ending to the day.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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There are many way one can describe this tea but why beat around the bush, YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!

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This is my first An Xi tea! The first cup – smooth, vegetal, very milky looking in the cup but light and sweet. The second cup – now the tea is very clear instead of milky, but has as much color as before. A good SLURP to aerate it gives me a new flavor – the tiniest nutty taste but lots of floral notes and a good roundness that carries the scent and taste well back in the palate and up. Probably won’t be able to review the remaining steeps right away, but wanted to get these in while I can! Steep time varied from 1 minute up. This oolong is very green! Thank you, JacquelineM!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C

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