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Straight from the Fujian province in China, this premium 1st grade Ti Kuan Yin is a true prize to be shared as the best of our collection here at Utopian Tea. This lightly oxidized oolong is one of the most popular, and we were very lucky to get this special high grade selection of this variety directly from the tea plantation.
Savoring it’s bold floral and honeysuckle-esque flavor over several infusions is the best way to go, as the strength of this tea lasts for what seems like an eternity. You’ll quickly realize that the taste perfectly reflects the lingering smell as if it were planned by a higher power. This is truly the essence of Earth.
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I got this tea along with the Great Buddha’s Palm and there is something extra special about this tea. The aroma of the dry leaves gives a hint of creaminess, almost like a more subtle milk oolong. When brewed though, the flavors meld together and create a wonderful roundness through every steeping. It is a very hydrating tea that both relaxes and makes you more focused. This is a wonderful tea that I would recommend to anyone looking for a nice oolong.
This is a perfectly delicious Ti Kuan Yin. I first purchased a bag in june and found it a bit unrefined, but a few months of aging have allowed the flavors of this tea to mellow. There’s a lot of floral depth and just a hint of astringency to this oolong, for anyone looking to refresh their stocks of Ti Kuan Yin, this is a perfectly acceptable choice