Tie guan yin что это за чай


Tie guan yin что это за чай

Tie guan yin что это за чай

Tie guan yin что это за чай

Tie guan yin что это за чай



Classic Chinese Tie Guan Yin oolong tea

  • Grown and produced in Anxi, Fujian
  • Harvest Time: May 08, 2017

    Tea harvest time is extremely an important aspect when people choose a tea. TeaVivre always pay attention to the tea harvest time and update it on website when each new stock is available.

  • Hand made into small, rolled up, jade colored leaves.
  • Pale yellow-green colored tea when brewed
  • Delightfully fresh floral taste and aroma
  • Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)

Tie Guan Yin tea is a type of Oolong tea, and is – deservedly – one of the most revered and sought after type tea in China. Sometimes also written as Ti Kuan Yin or Iron Goddess Oolong Tea. Apart from its amazing taste, this tea also has great health benefits, being high in amino acids, vitamins and antioxidants.

Recommend Brewing Method

Western Method

Chinese Gongfu Way

Teacup: 12oz / 355ml
212℉ / 100℃
Use 2 Teaspoons / 5 Grams Tea
Brewing time : 3 - 5 mins
Glass tea cup :

Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
212℉ / 100℃
Use 7 Grams Tea
7 steeps : rinse,15s,25s,35s,45s,55s,75s,85s
Gaiwan :

Tie Guan Yin tea is a slightly fermented tea, that sits between highly fermented black teas and unfermented green and white teas.  This allows it to combine the best of both worlds – the great floral taste and aroma of black teas with all the health benefits of green and white teas.

During production it is hand rolled into small, compact leaf balls.  This is where it gets it’s name –Tieguanyin means “iron” in Chinese, because when you drop the tea into a pot or cup it pings just an small iron ball when it hits the bottom.

TeaVivre is proud to be able to bring you this tea.  The quality of this tea, combined with its unbeatable price, make it the perfect tea to drink everyday.

 

Brief Health Info

Tie Guan Yin tea is the premium form of Chinese Oolong teas.  Being lightly fermented, these teas are high amino acids, vitamins, polyphenols and antioxidants.  These combine into a tea that reduces cholesterol and helps reduce hardening of the arteries, and so can help reduce risks of heart attacks.  The antioxidants it contains can also help guard against some forms of cancer, and also help fight the affects of aging and bacterial infections.
For more information on the remarkable health benefits of TeaVivre's Oolong Teas, see our article on

How to Make Tea

When brewing Tie Guan Yin tea, use water around 212ºF (100ºC) and infuse the tea for 1-3 minutes.   This particular Ti Kuan Yin can typically be brewed for 7 infusions.

For more information on some of the skills and arts of brewing tea, check out our article on

Where is this Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea produced

Anxi, which is famed in Fujian China for producing the best Tie Guan Yin teas, and is in an area with a mix of mountains, forests, small creeks and quality tea gardens.  As the origin of Tie Guan Yin, the tea producers in this area strongly recognise the importance of the ecology to their tea, and work hard to preserve both the local tea culture and natural environment.

Map of Fujian province

About Tea Farmers

Mr. Lin Xingbiao has been a professional tea farmer for thirty years. Born in a traditional tea family, he was deeply influenced by his family and built his own tea factory in 1966. With the gradual growth of his factory, he is trying to seek the common development between enterprise and tea farmers.

He thinks that the most challengeable factor is the weather. If tea leaves suffered from bad weather, the yield would be reduced and the quality would not reach the standard.

If tea leaves suffered from cold weather, straws would be used to cover them and protect them from being frosted. This is what Mr. Lin gets from his experience over the years.

fujian_gardenScenery for origin product place

Therefore, the first priority is to strictly control product quality and ensure its reputation. Mr. Lin, together with his tea factory, will continue to provide high-quality tea leaves and regularly increase the number of tea factory which provides the healthy and natural tea beverage for the public.

 

History

Ti Kuan Yin is the highest quality form of Oolong Chinese tea.  Oolong teas were first developed during the early 1700's in the Anxi, Fujian area of China.  As a cross between non fermented green and white teas, and the fully fermented black teas, that combines the best of both in a single tea, Oolong teas quickly became popular all through eastern China and Taiwan.  In the early 1970's Oolong Tea became widely popular in Japan, and from their spread to the rest of the world.  Anxi, the home of Oolong tea's, still produces the finest Oolong teas.

I bought this...

  1. By K on 7/7/17

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    Отличный чай с прекрасным вкусом. В охлажденном виде понравился даже несколько больше - более ароматный. При последующих заливках аромат раскрывается даже больше, чем в первый раз.

    Excellent tea with excellent taste. In a cooled form, even a little more - more fragrant, which i liked. With subsequent brewing, the fragrance distribute even much more than the first time.

  2. By Jonathan on 5/29/17

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    Nice TGY

  3. By Jennifer on 5/18/17

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    This was as I expected it to be. I think I like it better than the TGY I had been drinking from another vendor. I found this one to be sweet, vegetal, green, and very long in the mouth. And it smells wonderful. As a daily drinker of TGY, I plan to order this one again.

  4. By Lily on 3/23/17

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    Right off the bat, I have to admit I tasted iron goddess several times before, from different stores, and never found this tea as amazing as people claim it to be, but I was willing to try the TeaVivre version.

    The wet leaves smell like fresh cut grass, and it kind of also taste like that, but there is a special something in the aftertaste, like a mixt of osmanthus, white flowers and evergreen. It is also very mineral and acidic. Lovely aftertaste.

    Make sure you wait several minutes between infusions just to savour the aftertaste of this iron goddess!

    I prepared this oolong in a 380ml purple clay teapot in order to let enough space for the leaves to unfold, and I always put enough water to cover the leaves (less than 135ml of water each time). For oolong, I think it’s the way to go.

    I am glad I tried this April 2016 version of TeaVivre. It was most definitely the best iron goddess I tasted amongst the different sellers I purchased from, but this tea is simply too acidic for me; I won’t buy again.

  5. By Sean on 3/21/17

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    Surprisingly sweet and floral, but in a good way. The flavor reminded me a lot of jasmine teas, which I usually dislike but it actually felt pretty balanced and appropriate in this one. The leaves do unfurl quite a lot, so I agree with a few other reviewers recommending you lowball the amount used.

  6. By Greg on 2/23/17

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    Extremely decent oolong, I'm not particularly fond of it, but it's good and well appreciated by everyone who tasted it !

  7. By Joel on 1/13/17

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    This is a fairly decent tea that leans more to the greener/unoxidized side of oolongs. I like the tea for what it is but prefer more flowery and robust oolongs.

    If you don't like delicate oolongs with grassy green vegetal taste this might not be the TGY for you but I like it still.

    I would recommend using 5.5g-6g of tea in a 100ml Gaiwan because 7g of tea will overfill the Gaiwan to a point where not all the leaf can be underwater and you can't put the lid on the Gaiwan anymore. Even 6g is stretching it in my opinion.

  8. By Ellie on 12/21/16

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    Incredible! A beautiful green Tie Guan Yin oolong! Very floral with some light buttery notes. I brewed 4g in my 110ml teapot. I'm on my fifth brew right now, and it still tastes wonderful. Will definitely be ordering a bigger batch of this tea in my next order.

  9. By Chee Sin on 11/2/16

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    I tried this TGY and is too veg taste for me, too much raw green taste. It is better to get higher grade TGY.

    Generally, TGY can divide into three majoy types: Zheng Wei or Classic Flavour, Xiao Qing TGY, and Roasted TGY.
    Xiao Qing process will make this tea has greener appearance and higher fragrance than other kinds.
    So,made by the modern xiaoqing process, this TGY has its unique vegetal, grassy or vegetal taste.

  10. By Hello2All on 7/30/16

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    This Tie Guan Yin is very very good for the price. The leaves are tightly rolled and has a deep green color to them. One can get many steeps depending on brewing method. The fragrance smells so pretty. For the price point this is a very good tea.



Источник: http://www.teavivre.com/tie-guan-yin-oolong-tea/



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