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    This Tie Guan Yin is unlike the light-roasted Tie Guan Yin. It is baked Tie Guan Yin in the traditional charcoal way like Wuyi Oolong in 2011 and well-stored. Its fragrance is not as high as light-roasted Tie Guan Yin, but its taste is more mellow, thick & complex. 


    Tea lovers, if drink light Tie Guan Yin frequently, should give it a try for this charcoal Tie Guan Yin Oolong.  


    Name: Authentic charcoal-roasted Tie Guan Yin

    Original: Anxi county, Fujian Province

    Harvest time: 2011 Spring, baked in 2011 spring

    Picking standard: Two or three half-matured tea leaves

    Dried tea color: Bloom dark brownish

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

    Aroma: Charming ripe fruit fragrance

    Taste: Thickness, ripe fruit taste, sweetness, softness, full of old Tie Guan Yin flavor & taste

    Tea soup color: Bright golden yellowish color


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    Ti Kuan Yin - 2011 Charcoal-roasted Aged Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea





    Extremely high-roasted, authentic charcoal roasted traditional Ti Kuan Yin (Tie Guan Yin) from Xianghua township. This Ti Kuan Yin enjoys very floral aroma mixed wit some fruitful aorma inside. Super sweetness without any bitterness and astrigency. Can be brewed at least 9 times.


    What is Ti Kuan Yin


    Ti Kuan Yin also know as the Iron Goddess Tea, it bears a great aroma and floral taste that is derived from the unique surrounding it grows in. The slightly fermented tea grows between unfermented and highly fermented white and green teas thus deriving its soft and sweet taste. Enjoying a perfect brew of the Ti Kuan Yin every day would be a perfect doze to keep your entire day enjoyable.


    Taste


    Do you know that the physical environment of any vegetation matters? Well, Ti Kuan Yin tea gets its rich taste from its area of growth. Thanks to its growers who understand the importance of natural and cultural environment. This tea comes with a thick, soft and super sweet fruit taste that is mean to blow your experience. Imagine a taste without astringency and bitterness, just awesome!

     

    Brewing tips


    If you want to enjoy excellent taste when making tea, then acute techniques have to be incorporated to come out with the best results. Making your tea stunning to your eyes and also tasty matters and that's why adhering to right procedures while brewing could be of great help to becoming a pro. Ti Kuan Yin tea is easy to make and doesn't require too much know how to prepare.


    Here 5 brewing tips that are helpful towards achieving a perfect cup of Ti Kuan Yin.


    1. Vessel warm up

    With a clean brewing teapot, pour out some required amount of clean mineral water. THis is the first stage of preparation.


    2. Pour Ti Kuan Yin tea leaves

    Temperature matters in this case, so make sure that before you pour your tea leaves, the pot is warm enough. 5 to 8 grams s advisable but this depends with your taste preference plus the number of people you are preparing it for.


    3. Shake gently

    Once you have poured your tea leaves make sure to gently shake your now covered tea pot for roughly 3 to 5 seconds. Do you smell the aroma of dried leaves? Well, you are actually on the right track.


    4. Washing the tea

    Into your pot, pour very hot boiling water then dry it out immediately. Your pot lid is your ultimate lead towards the end product. At this stage your lid should have the very pleasant smell of Kuan Yin tea.


    5. Infusion Stage

    Do you know that you can perform up to 7 infusions with Ti Kuan Yin tea? Well, this can be based on your taste and preference. This is generally the last step towards enjoying your cup of fine tea. Infusion is done through pouring the hot water into your tea pot then doing steeping for around 3 to 5 seconds before you can pour it out again. Maintaining a higher steeping time during infusions guarantees successive brewing.


    Remember:

    For you to enjoy the great Ti Kuan Yin tea each step is very important in the brewing process.

     

    Health benefits


    Ti Kuan Yin tea is an enjoyable beverage that comes with healthy advantages. We are talking of a beverage that can do away with risks of heart attacks, weight problems and even cancer. It helps in reducing Cholesterol levels in your body. High levels of cholesterol levels may result to overweight and more so heart attacks and stroke. On the other hand Ti Kuan Yin tea is rich in polyphenols, amino acids, antioxidants and even vitamins which aid in protecting you from bactrial infections, cancer and also fighting certain illnesseses that come with aging.

     

    Why people love drinking Ti Kuan Yin tea


    Ti Kuan Yin tea dates back in the 1700's and has always been one of China's finest and loved by many. People acknowledge its benefits and these has contributed mainly to its popularity around the world. If maintaining a healthy lifestyle is your dream then Ti Kuan Yin might be the best solution that will make your dreams come ture. Enjoy a cup of Ti Kuan Yin and you will never forget the experience that comes with each seep.