“I received a few of these tea bags from a friend of mine a while back, and this is my first chance to try one of them. I have said before that I am normally not a fan of bagged tea, and that is...” Read full tasting note
“Tried a bag of this thanks to LiberTEAs!!! This was an ok bagged oolong…kind of white tasting and kinda of oolong as well…a little bakey but not overly. Semi sweet after taste.” Read full tasting note
“This one also came as a free sample from a different order with Ten Tea (Ten Ren’s online sales site). This one really surprises me by how good it tastes as quite honestly it tastes almost too...” Read full tasting note
Ti Kuan Yin is a tea that is related to the oolong tea family as a semi-fermented tea. This tea is considered a dark oolong tea because it is baked longer and allowed to ferment longer than the typical oolong tea. Ti Kuan Yin from Taiwan tend to be more spherical than oolong tea leaves. The tea has a reddish brown color, a strong baked aroma, a rich taste, and a lightly sweet aftertaste. Water at about 185°-195°F or 85°-90°C should be used for steeping.
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