Jade Tie Guan Yin is our highest grade (Tea King) Tie Guan Yin. The name reflects the vibrant color and beautiful shape of the tea leaves, each resembling a tiny piece of green jade. Tie Guan Yin from Anxi province is one of China's Ten Famous Tea. It is extremely popular and can be found in the menu of most Chinese restaurants throughout the world. Taste: Unlike normal Jade Tie Guan Yin, the dried tea leaves have very subtle fragrance. Yet, once steeped, the lovely orchid-like fragrance fills the air. Almost heavenly! It has a sweet honey note with a hint of floral taste. Refreshing, mild but lasting floral aftertaste. Appearance: Tightly curled dark jade green leaves. The infusion is yellowish green in color. According to deepth of oxidization, there are Green Tie Kuanyin and Dark Tie Kuanyin. 2012crop Spring Oolong are coming into market in bulk in May and it is good time to enquiry their price nowadays. Your any enquiry will be welcomed.
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