Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal
Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal

Tie Guan Yin roasted charcoal

Thee van Sander
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This Tie Guan Yin is made from the most commonly used cultivar ‘Tie Guan Yin’. The tea has been roasted longer and in this case over charcoal. It gives a deep flavor and aroma with the fervor of the charcoal.

The tea is packaged per 7 grams, vacuum-packed with extra inner bag to better preserve freshness.

This Tie Guan Yin is made by the Lam family. They have a plantation in southern Fujian province in China. The plantation has an organic certificate. Traditionally I am used to Tie Guan Yin from the south, the one from the north tastes different. I myself am very happy with this Tie Guan Yin.

The tea is from the autumn harvest. Tie Guan Yin can be both very good when harvested in spring or autumn. A quote from the maker, "Tea from spring smells good, while tea from autumn tastes good". Tea plants of the Tie Guan Yin are replaced every few years because over time they grow less well and sprout less. On this plantation, this is done on a piece-by-piece basis so that the harvest can continue.

  • Sourced: China (Xiping in Anxi, in southern Fujian)
  • Growing altitude: 800 meters
  • Natural farming
  • Harvest, hand-picked (with a knife)

General information: Tie Guan Yin is one of the most famous teas from China. Basically, Tie Guan Yin is very fine in aroma and taste. There are so many flavor variations in its various grades that Tie Guan Yin alone is worth spending a lot of time on. You get a light, fine-drinking pleasant tea in return. See also the blog article: 'making Tie Guan Yin'.

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