Origins Tea

Premium Loose Leaf Tea

Tie Guan Yin - A Li Shan

from 3.87
TieGuanYin.JPG

Tie Guan Yin - A Li Shan

from 3.87

Oxidation: 30-40%
Origins: A Li Shan, Jiayi County
Country: Taiwan
Baking Level: Level 6
Elevation: 1200 Meters
Harvest: May 2016

Grown in the high mountains of the A Li Shan region of Taiwan, this tea is also known as the "Iron Goddess of Compassion".  This tea will almost certainly become your favorite roasted Tie Guan Yin.  Nice deep roasted fragrance, comes off a bit nutty with the charcoal aroma, along with a bit of floral in the background.  Really nice mix of floral notes, fruity/herbal terpene complexity, and underlying roasted aroma.
 
Initial Steeps:
Opening up into a creamy roasted tone with vanilla-like floral notes. Perfect example of a roasted Tie Guan Yin. Thick mouth feel with tingy roasted flavor, creamy texture, and floral notes. Really smooth, pleasant drinking.

Later Steeps:
Sweet, creamy, floral and roasty toasty fragrance. Nice complexity of aromas. Great mouth feel and balance between roasty notes and overlay complexity.  This is a great roasted Tie Guan Yin with a balanced roasted tone and good complexity. There’s some fruitiness along with the unique Tie Guan Yin floral that make this a standout. The mouth feel was also superb, with super thick brews.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Oxidation: 30-40%
Origins: A Li Shan, Jiayi County
Country: Taiwan
Baking Level: Level 6
Elevation: 1200 Meters
Harvest: May 2016

Grown in the high mountains of the A Li Shan region of Taiwan, this tea is also known as the "Iron Goddess of Compassion".  This tea will almost certainly become your favorite roasted Tie Guan Yin.  Nice deep roasted fragrance, comes off a bit nutty with the charcoal aroma, along with a bit of floral in the background.  Really nice mix of floral notes, fruity/herbal terpene complexity, and underlying roasted aroma.
 
Initial Steeps:
Opening up into a creamy roasted tone with vanilla-like floral notes. Perfect example of a roasted Tie Guan Yin. Thick mouth feel with tingy roasted flavor, creamy texture, and floral notes. Really smooth, pleasant drinking.

Later Steeps:
Sweet, creamy, floral and roasty toasty fragrance. Nice complexity of aromas. Great mouth feel and balance between roasty notes and overlay complexity.  This is a great roasted Tie Guan Yin with a balanced roasted tone and good complexity. There’s some fruitiness along with the unique Tie Guan Yin floral that make this a standout. The mouth feel was also superb, with super thick brews.