Tie Guan Yin Oolong

Light, berry-imbued, floral aromas balanced by a round, mellow, slightly nut-like, roasted aftertaste.
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This is by far the most famous of oolong teas, and one of the world’s most famous teas in general, probably because it´s so easy to like. It´s one of the best balanced teas that can be found. Light, berry-imbued, floral aromas balanced by a round, mellow, slightly nut-like, roasted aftertaste.

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Serving tips

For this tea we suggest trying the Gong Fu-style of brewing. The idea behind it is to use a high tea leaf to water ratio and very short infusions. By using more tea leaves and very short infusions, we extract only parts of the full flavor spectrum. This means that this way of brewing lets you taste the tea in “sections”, which makes for a much more nuanced experience. because the flavor unfolds gradually and since a lot of leaf is used, those flavors are also significantly more intense than in western-style brewing.

Grams / 2dl
10
Temperature °C
70-80
Minutes
50 sec
Cups
3

Properties

Body
Roasted/Nuts
Floral
Sweetness