I’ve never tried oolong tea before, so I did not know what to expect. You can see that it has a yellow color. There is also a lingering taste to it. Overall a pleasant tea experience.
Flavors: Flowers, Herbs
Tie Guan Yin, named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy (the “Iron Goddess”) is smooth and subtle in flavour. Each sip is sweet and refreshing, with a subtle release of delicate floral aromas filling your palate leaving a pleasant soothing and relaxing aftertaste. In the current era, Tie Guan Yin from the Anxi province is recognised as one of the top 10 most famous teas of China.
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