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- Organic Superfine Moderately Roasted Tie Guan Yin “Iron Goddess” Oolong Tea
Organic Roasted Oolong with Coffee Aroma
- Organically produced near Zhangzhou(漳州) in Fujian, China.
- Harvest Time: September, 2012
- Hand made into small, rolled up leaves
- Roasted, 85% fermented
- Golden Yellow color, bright and clean liquid
- Sweet and soft taste with coffee fragrance for first sip, long-last flavor, sweet aftertaste around throat
- Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)
Recommend Brewing Guide:
|Gaiwan 3oz||Tea: 1bag||8 steeps: rinse,30s,45s,55s,70s,100s,120s,160s,180s||100ºC/212ºF|
|Teapot 8oz||1-2bags||3 - 10 mins||100ºC/212ºF|
This Organic Superfine Moderately Roasted Tie Guan Yin has a little of coffee’s flavor, which is suitable for who loves teas with coffee taste. You will sense a familiar fragrance of coffee for first sip, and after swallowing the liquid, a sweet aftertaste will quickly upwelling to your throat. As it is 85% fermented, this Tie Guan Yin will not become bitter even for a long time infusion. Dry tea leaves are brown and curly, has a smell of charcoal fire. The liquid is in golden yellow color, which truly feasts to the eyes.More Info
Roasting is aim to dry the tea leaves. Yet to roast with charcoal does not only dry the tea, but also remove stimulating substance in the leaves, making the tea taste more mellow and softer. The dry tea of this Organic Superfine Moderately Roasted Tie Guan Yin presents a color of dark brown. Its liquid is golden yellow, while looks bright and clean. When drinking this tea, you can feel the flavor of coffee if taste carefully.
During production it is hand rolled into small, compact leaf balls. This is where it gets it’s name –Tieguanyin means “iron” in Chinese, because when you drop the tea into a pot or cup it pings just an small iron ball when it hits the bottom.
TeaVivre is proud to be able to bring you this tea. Organically grown and hand produced, it is an absolute premium quality example of Chinese Oolong teas. Once taste of this tea and you will see why Tie Guan Yin tea is renowned in China.
How to Make Tea
When brewing Tie Guan Yin tea, use water at 212ºF (100ºC) and infuse the tea for 1-3 minutes. This particular Ti Kuan Yin can typically be brewed for 7 infusions.
For more information on some of the skills and arts of brewing tea, check out our article on How To Make Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea.
About Tea Farmer
Being living in Fujian, Miss Lin and Mr. Lei had engaged in organic tea carrier for over 8 years. Now they have 379 acre of organic tea gardens, all of which have passed the organic certification of European, USA, Japan and China, and became a demonstration of organic agriculture. We’ve know from Mr. lei that the organic tea gardens locate between elevation of 500 – 700 meters on high mountains. The place is surrounded by mountains, far away from pollution in the city, as well as pesticide pollutions. Only organic fertilizer and manual weeding are used in the garden, excluding any herbicide, chemical essence and any pesticide (even biopesticide). When asked about present goal and task, Miss Lin answered: “our duty is to think of our customer’s health. Our goal is to bring health and happiness to every family.” TeaVivre is also aiming to bring you every kind of healthy tea as always.
TeaVivre's Tie Guan Yin tea has the following organic certifications:
Certified Organic in accordance with the USDA (National Organic Program) organic accreditation. Certificate number is 7008CN1000z1ec.
Certified organic in accordance with both EU regulations Article 29(1) of Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007 and (EC) No. 889/2008. Certificate number is 7008CN0900Z1EC.
Their certifications have been independently verified by French ECOCERT organic certifier, in accordance with the US NOP organic standard. ECOCERT is the first organization outside of America authorized by the US government to issue US NOP certification.
It also passed ISO22000 certification in 2009.
Where is this Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea produced
TeaVivre's Tie Guan Yin Oolong tea comes from Daishan Village, near Zhangzhou City in Fujian. This area is high in the forested mountains of Fujian, only grown between 1500 and 2000 ft elevation (500-700m) to ensure only the highest quality leaves are used in production.
History of Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea
Tie Guan Yin tea is the highest quality form of Chinese Oolong tea. Oolong teas were first developed during the early 1700's in the Fujian area of China. As a cross between non fermented green and white teas, and the fully fermented black teas, that combines the best of both in a single tea, Oolong teas quickly became popular all through eastern China and Taiwan. In the early 1970's Oolong Tea became widely popular in Japan, and from their spread to the rest of the world. Fujian, the home of Oolong tea's, still produces the finest Oolong teas.
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