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Tie Guan Yin - Heavy Oxidisation (2010)

Tie Guan Yin - Heavy Oxidisation (2010)

Wan Ling wanted to prepare an outstanding highly oxidised tea using a high grade Tie Guan Yin. This 2010 tea has been expertly processed to produce a stunningly clear liquor; rich, comforting and smooth flavours which will age. Ideal to enjoy now, this tea we highly recommend buying extra to store and age.




Weight:50g
Price £10.00
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Product Details

Year and season of Harvest:   2010 Spring

Description of packaging:   Silver pouch

Product weight:   50g

Region:   XiangHua, AnXi county, Fujian, China.

Additional Information:   Oxidised approximately 70-80%.

Tea Facts and Tea Region Information

Notes;
1) Storage should be in a partially air tight container, preferably made from Zi Sha or porcelain.
2) For the tea aficionados out there, if you are storing this tea you can experiment with lightly baking or pan drying after 3-5 years. This will reduce any moisture that may have accumulated and to allow the tea to continue ageing in optimal conditions. Please contact us if you have any questions.
- (Not sure about this last tip? Don't worry you can keep this teas for many years and enjoy without any additional processing. This is purely optional for those who like to experiment.)

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