The most popular of all Chinese oolongs, Tieguan Yin is the tea that can convert people into tea aficionados. Sourced from its origin, Anxi in Fujian province, Flower Ball can brag with the ultimate orchid aroma, freshness and smooth mellow flavor. We compare Tieguan Yin tea to the bright 50s Jazz music – it's classical, with a soul, and each and every type with its own character and determined to infuse you with energy and emotions.
Special growing eviroment and making process makes this wuyi Oolong tea Contains amino acids that help to dissolve fat..
Famous Chinese green-style Tieguan Yin with distinctive orchid scent
Leaf: Dark green leaves tightly rolled into small balls
Liquor: Bright shiny golden
Aroma: Very strong orchid floral aroma
Taste: Sweet, mellow and soothing
Don't drink oolong tea for 6 hours before bed time
4 grams of loose leaf tea in 200ml of 95℃ water for 30 seconds. Re-steep 5-7 times.
Average milligrams of caffeine per serving
Tea with lowest caffeine - White tea, almost like decaf tea
Tea with less caffeine - Yellow tea, caffeine content higher than that of white tea
Oolong tea caffeine content is similar with black tea caffeine content.
Tea with most caffeine - Pu’erh tea is High caffeine tea, contains caffeine a bit less than coffee
Harvest Time 1200meters E118°N25° 18°C Spring
Wuyi Mountain is famous for its astonishing landscape, and its variety kinds world famous teas, such as Lapsang souchong and Da hong pao. The soil condition, sun light duration, water reservation and excellent air condition, build a great place for tea trees to grow.
Oolong Tea Making Process
Thousands years of history, delicate & artistic handmade