From a small farm in the famous tea region of Fujian province. The farm is located in Quanzhou. This family has been producing tea NATURALLY without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers for over 30 years.
A very rare treat to experience such a high-quality (Tie Guan Yin) Oolong from Fujian.
Tie Guan yin is an in-between tea. It’s partially green but also partially black.
very warm buttery warming notes, extremely aromatic, and a great tea for relaxing and aroma therapy.
•6-8g of dry tea leaves
•Boiling water 212F (100C) (Let cool for a few seconds before sipping)
•4oz(120ml) of water
*Flash Cold brew instructions (9-12g) of leaf in a glass container
add 12oz (350ml) of water at Boiling temp 212F (100C)
let brew for 50-60 seconds Then immediately strain into a pitcher or other container (careful extremely hot!).
place in refrigeration away from anything with odors for 2-3grs until chilled.
pour out liquor and enjoy!