The price is on base of 3 OZ / Tin / 12 vacuum bags.
Description: There is Chinese old saying: "Good Tea Comes from High Mountain". Because our tea farm is located at high elevation mountain, our tea grows much slower, but with higher quality. Compared to other places where spring Ti Kuan Yin tea is harvested as early as February, we don’t harvest our spring Ti Kuan Yin until late April. Depending on when Ti Kuan Yin tea is harvested, there are spring, summer, fall and winter Ti Kuan Yin tea. Spring Ti Kuan Yin is usually the best of all, given that it is harvested after tea trees very slow growth over whole Winter and Spring seasons. Taste the freshness of this Sound of Spring tea, and immense yourself in its aroma. You will feel Spring is right here with you.
Tie Guan Yin, also known as 'Iron Goddess of Mercy', is a premium variety of Chinese Oolong Tea and is also one of China's most famous Oolong teas. Tie Guan Yin is associated with Anxi in Fujian Province China.
Tie Guan Yin is typically close to a Green Tea , with only a little oxidization. Consequently, it has a very flowery, delicate aroma without the green tea "grassiness" or astringency.
The processing of Tie Guan Yin tea is complex and requires expertise. Even if the tea leaf is of high raw quality, and is plucked at the ideal time, if it is not processed correctly its true character will not be shown. This is why the method of processing Tie Guan Yin Tea was shrouded in secrecy.
How to brew a perfect cup of Tie Guan Yin tea
1. Preheat the teapot.
2. Fill the teapot 1/4 or 1/3 full of Tie Guan Yin Tea. It is about 7g or 9g.
3. The first brew is used only for warming up the teacup.
4. For the second brew, let the boiling water drops between 90 .and 95., and then pour it into the teapot with high and slow way.
5. Wait 25 to 30 seconds then pour it into the tea pitcher.
6. Pour the tea from the tea pitcher into smelling cup and wait for a couple of seconds.
7. Pour it into the drinking cup and enjoy the flavour of tea from empty smelling cup.
8. Enjoy the color, fragrance, taste and essence of the tea.