Traditionally Roasted Tie Kuan Yin
Tie Kuan Yin is a premium Oolong tea grown in Anxi, a region in the province of Fujian in Southwest China. The Oolong leaves are shaped in loose balls, their color green as emerald. A highly aromatic tea with velvety texture and pure distinctive flavor, this type of tea ranks among one of the most expensive tea in the world.
Tasting Journal Snippets:
Traditionally roasted, with strong fragrance.
3 to 4 minutes
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