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Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea
High Grade - Choice of Light or Traditional Fragrance
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Anxi Organic Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (Emperor Choice Grade) - Choice of Eight Different Top Product Ranges - King Tie Guan Yin
Select of 8 Different Options of Organic King Tie Guan Yin Range
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King Tie Guan Yin, also called Guan Yin Wang or Guan Yin King, usually refers to the highest quality Tie Guan Yin available for a merchant. As the origin of Tie Guan Yin, Anxi County at Fujian Province has a long history of organizing best tea competition. In Chinese such a competition is called "Guan Yin King Competition". The competition is usually held once a year. Tea farmers from different villages bring their best teas together. A panel of judges judge tea by its looks, aroma, liquor color, taste and after-taste. The winning tea is then crowned with a title "King Tie Guan Yin".
So as our Emperor Choice Grade Organic King Tie Guan Yin Tea series classified by how good its quality/fragrance is. This product series includes 8 different top product ranges by price options. Since fragrance is one of the most important factors, if not the most factor, to determine Tie Guan Yin's quality, as tea price equate quality and equate benefit, we use price ranges to allocate this product series. The fragrance can be felt from the smelling, sipping, and savoring of tea liquor. They're all high attitude tea, and is grown at 1300 meters high on shrouded, mist-covered wild mountain area. These tea are rich in amino acids with a complex fragrance and slight hint of citrus. The tea master need to very careful to keep the leaves whole to create a smooth flavor that never turns bitter. This is a special tea made only from leaves of the best Tie Guan Yin bush, and they're our most expensive ranges of King Tie Guan Yin Tea (also know as Guan Yin King/Guan Yin Wang) for the serious tea drinker.

Location: Anxi County, Fujian Province
Tea Bush: Tie Guan Yin Bush
Tea Master: Yi Yu Xian
Harvest Time: October 2018
Picking Standard: one bud with two to four leaves
Brewing vessel: glass cup, gaiwan, glass or porcelain pot, yixing pot
Brewing Guidelines: 1st infusion 1/2Tbs per 8g 90 - 100°C for 30 - 60 Second. While Tie Guan Yin can be simply brewed in any teapot, we recommend the Gong Fu method using lots of leaf, multiple infusions and brief steeping times to bring out its full characteristics
Infusions: at least 5 times
Storage: Best keep in the fridge or stored in a cool & dry place and no direct sunlight
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*Order 100g get 5% Discount *
*Order 250g get 10% Discount*
*Order 500g get 15% Discount*

*Please note that tea price equates quality and quality equates with benefit. Because "King Tie Guan Yin" is usually in very small amount and in very high demand, you will never see the real "King Tie Guan Yin" on sale on open market. As such a competition became well-known, however, some merchant seizes the opportunity and use the name of "King Tie Guan Yin" to market his/her products, usually for the highest-grade Tie Guan Yin. The name becomes so popular that people just start to use it to refer to the highest-grade Tie Guan Yin. Today if you see a merchant names its Tie Guan Yin as "King Tie Guan Yin". It usually means its highest grade of Tie Guan Yin, unless all of its Tie Guan Yin is called "King Tie Guan Yin".*
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