Deep aroma of toasted sweet wood. Plumy body with a malty foundation accented with light citrous bites and herbaceous tints. Reasonable length with notable citrous sweetness.
The toasted sweet wood aroma of Tieguanyin Deep Brown comes from baking of the tea in low fire over times. Fire changes not only the color and taste but also its health nature. Those people who may feel nausea after other teas, including green or black ones, greener Tieguanyin or other oolongs, will likely be better off using this one. Baking also makes this tea suitable for storing for maturity. A good digestive.
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