"Tie Guan Yin Fresh Flavor" is medium-oxidized oolong from Xiping District (Anxi County, Fujian Province), the location of the oldest tea plantations. The official history of the local tea dates back to 1736 when it was included in the Imperial register list.
In appearance: quite large, bright green lumps. The aroma is intensive, floral. The liquor is transparent with golden-green shade.
The bouquet of brewed tea is bright and fresh, herbal-floral with notes of wood, spice and melon. The aroma is fresh and sweet, floral. The taste is mild and smooth, buttery, slightly sweet with delicate berry sourness and lingering aftertaste.
Brew tea with hot water (80-85°C) in a porcelain gaiwan or a teapot of porous clay. The proportion is 6 g per 100 ml. The time of the first steeping is about 10 seconds. After that do short steeps (just for 1-2 seconds), increasing steeping time for each subsequent step, if necessary. You can steep the tea up to 10 times.
"Tie Guan Yin Fresh Flavor" is a good choice for those who intend to relax, refresh perception and stimulate the imagination.