Ti Kuan Yin Superior

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Oolong Tea
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From 1837 TWG Tea

This renowned semi-oxidised TWG Tea from Fujian province creates a mellow infusion with a sweet orchid-like fragrance and a delicate taste.

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1 sachet for 250mL water @90C, steeped four minutes.

Liquor: lightest gold.
Aroma: classic floran ti kuan yin notes with some appealing sharpness
Taste: the ti kuan yin of my dreams.

A dear friend brought me this from her recent trip to England. 1837 TWG Tea is new to me. The tea sahcets are cotton (!) and large enough to give the gorgeous leaves room to expand.

My entire office smells like orchids.

This is an excellent ti kuan yin. I look forward to re-steeping it.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Second steep is less floral but sweeter, with a creamier mouthfeel.

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