Region: Wuyi mountain, Fujian Province, China
Harvest: 2014 (Spring)
Quantity: 6g per 500ml (approx 2 tbsp)
Water temperature: 10 0 °c
Infusion time: 4 min
Refill: 5 times
Chá Chinese Tea would like to offer all our customers an opportunity to experience our tea. Each "sampler" will be shipped for free (Australia only) and accompanied with a $5 coupon redeemable on your next online purchase (Coupon valid within 1 month of purchase). The selection of teas...
Tie Guan Yin, named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy (the "Iron Goddess") is smooth and subtle in flavour. Each sip is sweet and refreshing, with a subtle release of delicate floral aromas filling your palate leaving a pleasant soothing and relaxing aftertaste. In the current era,...
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