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    Huang Jin Gui Oolong tea(other Western tea companies also call it Yellow Gold) is one type of Oolong tea from Anxi county, Fujian province. 

    Its taste and aroma is quite unlike Anxi Tie Guan Yin. It has its own unique, distinctive Huang Jin Gui cultivar aroma & taste. Some tea tasters described the aroma is light floral aroma. Each tea drinkers palate is slightly from each other. Pls enjoy this tea and describe the aroma & taste based on your palate. 

    Name: Yellow Gold- Imperial Huang Jin Gui Oolong Tea

    Original: Daping town, Anxi county, Fujian Province

    Harvest time: 2017 Spring

    Picking standard: Two or three half-matured tea leaves

    Dried tea color: Bloom light-yellowish green color

    Shape: Tight bold ball shape (or some call dragonfly head shape)

    Aroma: Natural and fresh flowery fragrance

    Taste: Freshness, sweetness, flowery taste, thick

    Tea soup color: Clear yellowish green color

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    Huang Jin Gui - Imperial Anxi Daping Golden Osmanthus Oolong Tea

    This Huang Jin Gui (litterally refers to golden osmanthus or yellow gold) is from Daping town in Anxi county, which is famous for its traditional Huang Jin Gui oolong tea. This Huang Jin Gui is produced in accordance with the traditional Anxi Oolong tea making techniques, so it is obvious to detect the green leaves with red edges. Since the tea bush variety Huang Jin Gu is different to Tie Guan Yin, its flavor and taste are also different. Huang Jin Gui focuses on thick tea taste. Since the tea bush’s variety difference, the tea soup of Huan Jin Gui is comparatively yellower than other Anxi Oolong teas. But its taste is very full, mellow, thick, with its unique aroma. A new Anxi Oolong tea taste experience, which is totally different from other threes. Our Huang Jin Gui Oolong tea is vacuumed & packed 10g/bag; and stored in our freezer before handing over to our clients. So they are super freshness. 


    Brewing Method

    The leaves are curly and yellow green! But when they’re steeped, they turn golden yellow with an obvious fragrance – brisk, somewhat mild, with a flowery taste. The leaves are roasted on a charcoal wood resulting in not just deeper, and more thickness but also a long-lasting fragrance that continues in several successive brewing. Anxi Daping Huang Jin Gui should be brewed at over 95C or 203 F —don’t raise the temperature above that—for 2-3 minutes. It should be brewed as many times as you wish using a Gaiwan or a Yixing tea vessel both of (120-150cc) capacity. The method of brewing the Anxi Daping is elucidated in three easy steps:

    (1) Boil water in a Gaiwan or a Yixing Pot;

    (2) Pour the Huang Jin Gui tea leaves in the Gaiwan/Yixing Pot; make sure you cover the lid, then shake the pot carefully for about 3-seconds. You may want to perceive the aroma by pouring the hot water out of the Gaiwan and in again

    (3) After pouring the hot water into the Gaiwan again; then steep for about 3-6 seconds before emptying ( This is, of course, based on personal preference); The successive steeping time for the tea could take 3-5 seconds or longer but make sure you maintain the water’s temperature.

    Healthy Benefits

    Huang Jin Gui is known to halt cancer and HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and other harmful health issues because of its high amount of antioxidants and blood-producing leukocytes. It has very low caffeine. This tea is especially good for hypertensive patients and couples with sexual problems. The tea has been shown to contain many classes of food nutrients although it is abundant in calcium, magnesium, vitamins, and other body building compounds necessary to keep the body healthy.

    Storage Tips

    There are quite a bunch of methods of preserving this tea but the most used is sun drying and frying over a charcoal, this has proven invaluable. This method has been used to preserve Anxi Daping for ages. Covering the leaves in a tightly-fitted container is also a good idea.