Frequently Bought Together
- Chinois : ān xī lóng juān tiě guan yīn
- Traduction : Anxi Longjuan Tieguanyin
- Type : Oolong
- Cultivar : Tieguanyin
- Altitude : 750m – 1219.3m
- Origine : Village de Longjuan, Anxi, Fujian
- Date de récolte : 03/10/2022
- Méthodes de stockage : réfrigéré, scellé, empêche l'humidité, sous vide, seul.
- Durée de conservation : 18 mois
- Maître de thé : Jianbo Yang
Delicious! I will admit to being a tea snob, so I'm wary of bulk packs of the "good stuff." I'm happy to report that this tea is pleasing to all the senses, and makes delicious hot and cold tea. Even the packaging is better than expected.
Much better than several more expensive teas I have tried.
The secret to great tea is: bring the water to boiling, add about 1 tsp of tea leaves per cup.
The leaves should open up to full sized leaves. Stir.
For the least bitterness, only let the leaves in the water for up to about 1 minute.
Dump through a tea strainer.
Anxi Tieguanyin is the tea I drink every day. I've bought it from a lot of sources. This one is so good that once I made the first brew, I immediately ordered a second package. There are other tea sources selling for a bit less money, but I'm sticking with this one.
5 stars of 5 — would likely purchase again
I ended up really liking this brand of Oolong. As a Tie Guan Yin... it's okay, but then it's also relatively inexpensive compared to premium sources. As a light, aromatic oolong, it's great. It has a nice milky flavor, with just a hint of smoke and it's not bitter, in the way that more oxidized oolongs can be.
Love the tea. Very well packed. Quick delivery. Will order more soon. Thanks.