Thick and robust leaves rolled into a ball shape. Tie Guan Yin offers a wonderful mix of nuttiness with some floral notes. Named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy, this tea, with it’s surprisingly sweet aftertaste, will have you begging for more!
Origin: Guangdong, China
Tasting Notes: Roasted nuts and sparkling mineral.
Fun Fact: At $3000 a kilo, one variety of Tie Guan Yin set the record for the most expensive tea sold in the UK.
How to Brew: 1 tsp, 200° F for 5 min.