Amber Goddess

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Amber Goddess, our traditional Ti Kuan Yin (or Iron Goddess of Mercy), finds a delightful balance of sweetness, malt, and toasted rice notes while maintaining a surprising floral complexity and unparalleled smoothness.

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  • 2 tsp per 8 oz of water, 195°F, 3–5 min

    When using a yixing tea pot or a gaiwan, use two to three times as much tea and steep the same tea leaves (between 30 sec and 2 min) multiple times until the flavor fades.

    • One of the "Four Famous Teas" of Anxi.
    • Same cultivar as our Jade Goddess tea, but processed differently to give it a unique, yet distinctly traditional Ti Kuan Yin flavor.
    • This tea is traditionally steeped in clay Yixing pots using the gong fu tea preparation method.
    • In Buddhist mythology, the goddess Ti Kuan Yin appeared to a peasant who faithfully tended to a forgotten temple. She told him that when he left the temple the next day, he would find something that would change his life.
    • After completing his duties the next day, the peasant exited the temple and saw a tea bush that was not there before. Carefully, he removed the plant and planted it on a hillside near his home.
    • Legend suggests this was the "mother" of all Ti Kuan Yin plants.
    • Oatmeal with toasted pecans
    • Buttered multi-grain or whole wheat toast
    • Chinese food: dumplings, dan dan noodles or stir-fried chicken or pork
    • Roasted pork with root vegetables
    • Wild or brown rice
    • Scallops, shrimp, lobster or any fresh fish
    • Gruyere, gouda, havarti or cheddar cheese
    • Bread pudding
  • China oolong tea: 100%

  • Jade Goddess, Wuyi Rock Oolong, Dan Cong Feng Huang, Oriental Beauty(Dong Feng Mei Ren), Blue Pebbles

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