Aged Tie Guan Yin


Type: Oolong Tea


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About Aged Tie Guan Yin

This aged Oolong was stored in earthenware pots for 15 years. The tea leaves were taken out and roasted every 1-3 years creating a smooth and rich liquor.

 

Ingredients:

Aged Tie Guan Yin

 

Steeping Suggestions:

Teacup
Gaiwan
Tea
1 Teaspoon
Tea
2 Teaspoon
Water
6-8 oz
Temperature
195 Degrees
Temperature
195 Degrees
1st Steeping
20 Seconds
Steeping Time
2-3 Minutes
2nd Steeping
30 Seconds
3rd Steeping
30 Seconds

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