Wuyi Shan Ti Kwan Yin

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Oolong Tea
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15 oz / 443 ml

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  • “I don’t like this tea as much as I used to. It’s a good choice for a daily drinker, but it doesn’t deserve a 95. Just bought some more of this last week after not buying from Gong Fu tea for a...” Read full tasting note
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Our finest Ti Kwan Yin comes from Wuyi Mountain – the legendary home to Ti Kwan Yin (the Buddhist Iron Goddess of Mercy). It is one of the most oxidized of the Oolongs (Wulong), and yields a heavy aroma and fruity fragrance. It can be steeped many times without becoming bitter. The classic choice for a Gong Fu Ceremony.

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I don’t like this tea as much as I used to. It’s a good choice for a daily drinker, but it doesn’t deserve a 95. Just bought some more of this last week after not buying from Gong Fu tea for a while. You know when the tea is not as good as what you remembered. I think I might have outgrown this tea shop as most of their tea falls in the daily drinker range. They have a large range of teas, though many are flavored.
Decent green oolong, but not the be all end all of ti qwan yin. I was just looking for teas for work though. This fits.

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