Tie Guan Yin Light

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Oolong Tea
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  • “Really disappointing. The first steeping was really lacking in flavour and I was hoping for better with the second, but it also failed to deliver on the promised aroma and sweet taste. I liked the...” Read full tasting note
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Tie Guan Yin is known for its mesmerising flavour. Exhibiting large leaves, this Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy / Tieh Kwan Yin) is from the home of many excellent oolong, FuJian(China).

Due to its popularity, Tie Guan Yin (Tieh Kwan Yin / Tie Kun Yin /Iron Goddess of Mercy) comes in many grades and prices.

Traditionally Tie Guan Yin goes through a higher fermentation process and is then dry-finished by roasting, to give it a bolder taste, with a hint of “toastiness”.
The newer variation of Tie Guan Yin is lighter in fermentation (like this one), possessing a sweeter taste and an aromatic spell that is hard to resist!

Ingredients: oolong (Camellia Sinensis)

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Really disappointing. The first steeping was really lacking in flavour and I was hoping for better with the second, but it also failed to deliver on the promised aroma and sweet taste. I liked the Ti Kuan Yin from The Tea Centre much, much better than this.

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