Ti Kwan Yin

Ti Kwan Yin

Item # 2501

$ 14.77
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Iron Goddess of Mercy - one of the best known China Oolongs. Nice rolled leaf style, not too oxidized. The cup is a very pleasant mellow taste with a faint note of natural smokiness with a good finish without astringency. A good tea for any season, an all-day cup. Also sometimes spelled Ti Kuan Yin or Ti Guan Yin.

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Use 1 heaped tsp. of leaf per 8 oz. cup.  
Let boiling water cool slightly before pouring over leaves.  
Steep 2-3 mins.  
Can be re-infused.  
Milk not recommended.

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