use Porcelain or Zisha teawares to brew 7-8 rounds and above, at 95-100℃, tea:water 1:22
- dry tea shape is sturdy and “heavy like iron”, tight, even and round, the color is lustrous jade green with sandpoints like frog skin, “blue belly and green pedicle”
- the soup is golden orange, clear and bright
- the taste is sweet and fresh, mellow and thick, osmanthus flowery taste with a sweet aftertaste. It’s slightly bitter at the beginning of entering the mouth and turns sweet immediately, showing regional “Yin Rhyme”
- the internal aroma is clean and pure, osmanthus flowery fragrances
- wet leaves are fat and thick, soft and bright, even, bluish jade green with obvious red edges
Osmanthus tea has the effects of Warming Yang Qi, expelling toxins in the body, relieving cough and resolving phlegm, maintaining health and moistening lung. In the processes of collection, preparation, , production and packaging, it strictly goes through 8 processes, such as tea material preparation, fresh osmanthus harvest, tea material scenting, flower heat dissipation, screening flower residue, drying and re drying, packaging and quality storage. The real estate system is most prosperous in Guilin, Guangxi, Xianning, Hubei, Chengdu, Sichuan and Chongqing. Osmanthus oolong is a traditional export product of Anxi, Fujian, the hometown of Tieguanyin. It is mainly sold to Hong Kong, Macao, Southeast Asia and Western Europe. Osmanthus oolong is mainly prepared from summer and autumn tea of that year or the next year.
Made from tender leaves of Ti Kuan Yin 铁观音 [tiě guān yīn] trees, it is the king among all Anxi teas, and the name of Ti Kuan Yin refers to both tree and tea. Anxi Ti Kuan Yin has been discovered in Xinping Town, Anxi, during Qing Dynasty. Its curly, compact and heavy shape is like a green dragonfly’s head, describing “Guan Yin’s (goddess of mercy) beauty and iron’s weight”. Ti Guan Yin tea is characterized by bright green leaves with red spots covered by white fuzz. Ti Guan Yin has strong and enduring flavor, flowers and fruits fragrance and various aromas. A clear and golden tea liquid has a strong and mellow taste, with a sweet aftertaste and lingering fragrance. Brewed leaves are thick and as bright as silk, a unique fragrance could fill a whole room as soon as you lift the teapot cover.