Oolong Tea | Roasted Tie Guan Yin
Name: Tie Kuan Yin Style | Iron Goddess
Origin: Origin: Anxi, Fujian Province, China
The most popular Oolong style in the world is the Iron Goddess of Mercy, though known by many other names, such as Tie Kuan Yin, Tie Guan Yin, and Iron Buddha.
Roasted, warm buttery honey, vegetable
This large pellet traditional-roasted version welcomes you with its deep toasty aromas. A milky texture turns your attention to the notes of roasted hazelnuts, sweet dill, and warm buttery scones. A second and longer steep brings a strong, bold experience that reminds you of summer grilled vegetables with a slight smokiness. It has a long, roasted finish that leaves a slight mouth water.
2g. of tea for teabook tumbler
Temp: High 195°F | 90°C (let cool 2 mins after boil)
Tea master notes:
Teapot: 6 g. of tea | 4 oz. water
Altitude: 800-1,000 m | ~2,630-3,330 ft.
Traditional Roast Process, Not newer green style.
*50g of tea yields more than 25 cups