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Imperial Wulong tea – Tie Guan Yin – 100% Organic – 250 grams

Imperial Wulong tea – Tie Guan Yin – 100% Organic – 250 grams

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Origin: Chenkeng, Fujian

Specificity: Tie Guan Yin Wang Imperial Green Tea

Conditioning : 250 grams in total divided into small individual sachets of 8 grams

Bunch : Its scent of hyacinths is flowery and its flavor presents a beautiful succession of subtle notes of lychees and butter cake. Its persistence in the mouth is very long.

Properties : Improves and helps the intestines to aid digestion and kidney function. Helps to lose weight. Weakly oxidized and made with leaves naturally rich in polyphenols, Tie GuanYin is not only very rich in cathechin, an antioxidant molecule specific to green tea and white tea, but also contains theaflavins and thearubigins, the antioxidants of black tea and white tea. Stink.
Tie Guan Yin is a so-called “cold” tea and has the effect of relieving heat.
Ideal in spring and summer.

Dosage: Ample and generous, a bag for at least ten infusions, even for several people. As with every tea, the flavor and presence will depend on the length of the infusion. I recommend that you be quick enough with the first 3 so as not to diffuse the scents quickly.

Preparation : Avoid tap water, preferably mineral or filtered water, low in limescale to maintain the authenticity of the taste. Quickly use water 100 degrees Celsius so that the leaves develop. Quick first infusion so as not to let the tea diffuse all its flavor. 6 seconds for the second then 9 seconds for the third and so on… 12… The tea must not remain in the water, it must infuse (the water must pass through) then gradually each infusion This latency can vary depending on the choice of tasting a finer or more intense tea.

Taste: Wild lily, hyacinth and jasmine, butter cake, cookie, nuanced by a pyrogenic and mineral touch.

Tone: Its liquor is luminous, transparent to very light green.

Conservation : In a cool, dry place. In China, we protect it in the freezer. Preferably to consume within the year.

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