This is a modern style Tie Guan Yin, which comes from Xiping village, the land of origin of this legendary wulong. This version is barely oxidized (around 15%). It develops a more flowery and herbaceous fragrance than traditional Tie Guan Yin, similar to green teas. The leaves are rolled into the shape of a dragonfly’s head, harmoniously blending several shades of green. The liquor is brilliant, with a powerful and penetrating fragrance, with floral notes. The flavor fills the mouth with all its richness, evoking orchids, gradually unfolding its fruity and buttery accents. A complete tea of great freshness and sweetness.
5g / 25 cl
90 ° C
5 infusions: 90s / 60s / 60s / 90s / 120s