A traditional Iron Goddess, this tea has upfront notes of toasted rice and dark honey and a silky smooth finish.
Tea Type or Tisane | Flavors: Oolong | toasted rice, dark honey, velvety mouthfeel
Tea Tips: Serve to family and friends who appreciate new flavor adventures.
Ingredients: 100% China, Fujian oolong
How to Steep: Western-style: 1.5–2 tsp, 8 oz water, 195°F, 2–3 min Eastern-style: Use 2–3 times more tea: Steep #1=20 sec, #2=30 sec, #3=40 sec, #4=50 sec. Continue steeping leaves until flavor fades.
Fun Fact: The Chinese name for this tea is Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy).
Similar Teas: Cream Oolong, Scarlet Robe Oolong, Dan Cong Stone Fruit