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Ti Kuan Yin Full-Leaf

Ti Kuan Yin Full-Leaf
Ti Kuan Yin Full-Leaf
Ti Kuan Yin Full-Leaf

Strengthen the Spirit Tea- Famous oolong from the Fujian province in China is known for its fresh, orchid flavor & clean finish. Large, iron-colored leaves can be infused many times over.

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Caffeine:

Oolong Tea has less than a quarter the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping Oolong tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes (if using tea bags) or 5-7 minutes (if using full-leaf.)

Ingredients

Finest Chinese Oolong tea leaves

Calories

0

Country of Origin

Anxi, Southern Fujian Province

  • 4 Stars
  • 4

What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

4 Stars

Good Body and Taste May 31, 2014

Connie Price

Lawrence, KS

I'm easing off my dependence on milk in tea, and this helps the transition. The taste is full and not at all bitter. It's sweet enough to drink completely on its own. I suggest the longer brewing times; 7 minutes works for me.

5 Stars

My favorite April 03, 2013

Cherie

Dallas, TX

I drink it at work, after "things" calm down, but it's best in the evening on the back patio.

3 Stars

where are the orchid notes? March 11, 2012

Bernard

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Tie Guan Yin is my favorite tea (well, now I had to add RoT's own Milk Oolong!) I have had a dozen varieties from China and from Taiwan, in several grades. All have that distinctive floral note, an exotic flower perfume that is persistent, but always subtle. So I was disappointed that this one just lacked that floral note -- it is a good, plain oolong, with a fruity low note and a little bit of brightness. Nothing wrong, but, at least in my limited experience, atypical for Tie Guan Yin.

4 Stars

Nice Oolong February 13, 2012

Lindsey

Houston, TX

A really nice tea. It tastes kind of weak, but its pretty smooth and definitely has the slight floral taste. Not a very strong Oolong.

4 Stars

Lovely Tea January 09, 2012

Emily

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A very lovely tea. I will be ordering it again.

5 Stars

Draught of Nature January 08, 2012

Willie

Topeka, KS

Sipping on Ti Kuan Yin is like tasting nature in your tea cup. Fantastic taste and fragrance. Also a good choice for beginners as the fragrance while steeping is indicative of the strength of flavor infused in the tea.

5 Stars

December 28, 2011

Wayne

Clarksville, TN

This tea was a Christmas gift for my son. He drinks it daily and tells me it is the bomb.

5 Stars

cant beat the value November 29, 2011

Jesse

Midland, TX

leafs are big enough that i do not strain. it is a pure oolong, that is not bitter or sharp like some blacks or cheap oolong. subtle earthy tone with an almost green finish. I drink it alone and sometimes mix it with Mate or green tea. best for the money.

5 Stars

Favorite Tea November 29, 2011

Carole

Milwaukee, WI

I drink a lot of tea and Ti Kuan Yin is my favorite Oolong. It is one of my favorite teas in a close tie with Lychee Black Tea. I just ordered another tin today and I'm surprised to see no one has commented on this wonderful fragrant tea. I hope my review inspires more citizens to try it. They will be so happy they did.
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