Tie Guan Yin Oolong. Rich, pure fragrance with a lightly roasted aroma. Smooth fruity taste, no bitterness or astringency. Very mellow & lingering finish. Processing this style of tea is notoriously complicated and is a closely kept secret of tea masters.
In the early 20th century, Master Chang brought Ti Guan Yin shrubs from China to the Muzha area of Taipei, Taiwan due to the suitable environment he found there. He also brought his unique skills with tea production to Taiwan. A special process is the key to make this tea, which includes skillful roasting after the final drying step. This roasting is repeated until the tea is perfectly done. This generates a very special tart-fruit taste in the tea which is known as “Iron Taste” in Chinese.
Organic and sustainably farmed.