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Tieguanyin

Tieguanyin

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Description

Fermentation


Baking degree


Altitude300m

The tea goes through medium fermentation and deep roast, which produces orange yellow to red color in the cup; with slight astringent savor which turns round and sweet later in mouth, carrying mild fruity flavor.

★Product specifications
‧Contents: Tie Guanyin
‧Place of Origin: Taiwan
‧Sea pull: 400-600 meters
‧Commodity form: tea in bulk
‧Commodity weight: (20g ±3%)
‧Package: Attached tote

 Best Enjoyed By

Use within 3 years of purchase, and the tea's flavors may decrease after this period. However, it is still safe to drink if previously unopened. Please store the tea in dry places once opened and consume as soon as possible. 


 A Simple Guide To Tea Making


 Tea Storage

Teas are extremely dry products, and the flavors may slowly changed when in contact with air, light, humidity, and high temperature. Regardless of how you keep your teas, an ideal storage location is somewhere that is cool, dry, or store in vacuumed packs with deoxidizers to keep the teas as fresh as possible. If the teas have become damp, you may try drying them in a tea roaster.





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