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Ti Quan Yin

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Oolong Tea
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Ti Quan Yin means “Iron Goddess of Mercy”. This superb grade of the famed China oolong has a nutty flavor and bouquet and is indeed fit for an “Iron Goddess.” It can be brewed traditionally or gongfu-style.

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This is a decent green-style example of Ti Quan Yin. It’s fresh, has a strong floral breath, and holds ginger, ginseng, and lychee throughout. Towards the throat, this tea brings a slightly sour tang and then finishes clean. I think it would benefit from a little roasting, but in this form it works well as something bright and smooth.

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The flavor is very strong, but well-balanced and smooth. There is indeed a lingering, nutty aftertaste that makes this tea satisfying.

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