Can someone help me identify this tea, please?
I’m not sure which board this discussion should go in, so my apologies if I’ve started this discussion in the wrong spot.
My husband has a tea he was given by a Chinese classmate and he really enjoys it, but we have no idea what kind of tea it is (the packaging is in Chinese) and how/if we can get more.
I’ve uploaded pictures of the packaging to Flickr. Here are the links!
Does anyone know what kind of tea this is? Thank you!! :)
Oolong or Tie Guan Yin would be my guess.
If I saw the tea I could make a more educated guess, for I can not read Chinese.
Feng Ya Song is the name of many companies in China, as well as a well-known Chinese novel, Feng Ya Song. So, it’s probably just a phrase and is the name of the company the tea is from.
If you show pictures of the dry/wet tea leaves, people can tell you what the tea is and how to find it.
The last picture, in the photos of the actual vacuum-sealed tea, if you turn your head sideways and read the second line of english text, you can make out ‘ti guan yin’. So agreeing with mrmopar.
Elementary! You guys should be a mystery detective duo! For teas.
Thank you, everyone, for your responses! The next time my husband has the tea, I’ll be sure to take a picture of it!
“Tie Guan Yin” – From the the Chinese characters on the second pic :D
Looks like tribute tea. What corporate businesses in China give as gifts (or so I am told!)