Tie Kuan Yin

Tie Kuan Yin tea is distinguished by its tightly rolled, ball-shaped tea leaves. These leaves can vary in color from dark green to deep jade.

It emits a floral and orchid-like aroma with hints of creamy and vegetal notes, often described as having a captivating fragrance.

Tie Kuan Yin offers a complex and balanced flavor profile. It is known for its floral, creamy, and slightly fruity taste, often accompanied by a subtle vegetal or mineral quality. The tea has a refreshing, lingering aftertaste.

Color of Liquor:
The liquor typically brews into a bright, pale yellow or light greenish color.

Tie Kuan Yin, also known as "Iron Goddess of Mercy," is a premium Chinese oolong tea with a rich history. It is grown primarily in the Fujian province of China and is celebrated for its captivating aroma and nuanced flavor. The tea leaves undergo a special oxidation and rolling process, resulting in their distinctive appearance and taste. Tie Kuan Yin is prized for its complexity and is a favorite among oolong tea enthusiasts, often enjoyed in multiple infusions to savor its evolving flavors.

Type: Oolong

Origin: China

Flavor: Tie Kuan Yin, Oolong Tea

Ingredients: Oolong Tea