Tie Guan Yin varietal originated from Anxi, Fujian China. This particular Tie Guan Yin was lightly oxidised to highlight the fruity and Orchid notes of the tea together with the buttery liquor making it a very popular tea to drink throughout the day.
The tea farm is owned by a Singaporean who wanted to trace back his ancestral roots and reached out to his family who stayed behind in China growing tea while his forefathers migrated to Singapore.
This tea was used in the 2017 Singapore Tea Master's Cup, Brewing Category where it won first place.
|Varietal||Tie Guan Yin|
3g to 150ml
90-95C for 45s
Subsequently 90C for 60s