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Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin Taster

Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin Taster
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We are often asked how different seasons and different years compare. This Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin pack is the answer. Compare for yourself the difference between our top selling Jiu Jiu Jiu Tie Guan Yin teas across multiple years and different harvests (spring & autumn). It is a great way to experiment with tasting and cupping techniques, as well as challenging your senses. Why not invite some friends over and have a tea tasting at home?


'999' Guan Yin or Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin 九九九观音 is a play on the Chinese for nine and also long (period of time). This Tie Guan Yin Oolong tea is specially selected for its wonderfully long lasting aroma. Flavours linger in your mouth and fill your senses with well being, giving you the feeling of being transported a lush mountain-side. This tea produces a pale liquor and the leaves can be infused up to 8 times using gongfu style preparation in a gaiwan or YiXing Tea pot.


Jiu Jiu Jiu Tie Guan Yin is one of our most popular grades of QingXiang TieGuanYin with new and old customers alike. Buy 999 Tie Guan Yin today and enjoy loose leaf China tea at it's best.

 

Includes four different 56g packs of Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin teas. Actual vintages may vary subject to availability.

 

 

 

 


This product is a collection of the following products:

1 x Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin (Autumn 2014)
1 x Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin (Autumn 2015)
1 x Jiu Jiu Jiu Guan Yin (Autumn 2016)


Weight:224g
Price £54.40
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Quantity Discount
3 - 5 5.00%
6 - 9 10.00%
10 - 19 15.00%
20 - 39 20.00%

Year and season of Harvest:   Various - Autumn and Spring from at least two different vintages and

Description of packaging:   8g vacuum sealed yellow foil with inner plastic bag for extra freshness

Product weight:   4 x 56g (28 x 8g)

Region:   XiangHua Village, AnXi County, Fujian, China.

Alternative Names:   TieGuanYin (Tie GuanYin / Tie Guan Yin), TiKuanYin, TiQuanYin,

Additional Information:   Special Combination Tie Guan Yin Tea Taster Sampler

Basic Brewing Information

Recommended Brewing Method: GaiWan / YiXing Teapot


Vessel Capacity:
150 - 200ml
Tea Quantity: 8g (loose leaf)
Water Temperature: 95 - 98c
People / Servings: 4

Instructions: Rinse the tea with a little hot water and then discard it. Next refill the tea pot and follow the infusion times below. For a 120ml Gai Wan you can either keep back 1-2g or add all the leaf. If you add all the leaf, you may want to revise the brewing times slightly (downward) to allow for the fuller flavour. Please note using a Zi Sha teapot times should be revised downward to allow for time for the liquor to pour from the tea pot.

Infusion Times (in seconds):
1st. 30
2nd. 30
3rd. 40
4th. 50
5th. 70
6th. 90
7th. 120

For more alternatives, visit our online tea brewing guide. Includes different styles and infusion times for TieGuanYin tea.

Tea Tasting Notes

  • Tea appearance: Rolled pellets, which open to an evenly oxidised pale green, mid-size leaf.
  • Tea liquor: Pale, bright, translucent, green / golden liquor.
  • Tea aroma: Natural aroma of spring meadows capturing floral essences such as orchid and plum blossom. Complex and multi-layered.
  • Tea taste: Extremely smooth, with perfectly balanced astringency and sweetness. Distinct and complex layers of flavour that blend naturally with one another, with a finish that leaves you refreshed and uplifted.

Tea Benefits

Tastes great! Multiple infusions with a single serving. Easy to brew and very forgiving.

Tea Facts and Tea Region Information

Discover AnXi Tie Guan Yin facts and information. Our tea facts section gives you the chance to better understand these exquisite teas. Looking for some more information on the AnXi tea region? Our China Anxi tea facts pages contain background information that we hope sheds some light on these sometimes mysterious Oolong teas.

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