Tie Guan Yin (roasted)

Product no.: CN-TGYR

can be shipped within 1-3 days

Origin: Fujian

Harvest: 2010 Winter

Appearance: The tea leaves are mixture of dark brown and dark green, and loosly rolled into little ball shape.

Smell: fruity, sweet with a wonderfall caramellised aroma

Taste: It very fruity in taste, with a caramellised aroma and creamy texture.

Brew: brownish yellow


  • Quantity - 5g (0,25L)
  • Steeping Time - 2-3 min (depends on brew and personal taste)
  • Water Temp. - 95°C
  • No. of Brews - at least once

Kungfu Cha Preparation (to Detail):

  • Fill the warmed teapot (max. 100mL) to the half with dry tea leaves or 5-7g in a warmed 160mL Gaiwan.
  • 1st Brew - "wash" the tea leaves with 100°C water without longer than 10 Sec. of steeping, then discard the water
  • 2nd Brew - 95°C for 15 Sec.
  • 3rd Brew - 95°C for 30 Sec
  • 4th Brew - 90°C for 1 min (*from this brew onwards, pour hot water over the teapot while brewing in order to keep the inside temperature)
  • 5th Brew - 90°C for 2 min
  • 6th Brew - vary the steeping time and temperature depending on personal liking

Teaware Recommendation: Porcelain or Clay Teapot

Note: Like rock teas taste even better, when prepared in clay teapot, as the porous character of such material can allow the tea to breath better. On the other hand, this also allows more brews.

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