Name: Medium Roast Tieguanyin Oolong
Altitude: 1200 meters height above sea level
Area: Xiping Town, Anxi County, Fujian.
Weight: 8 +/- grams
(Medium Roast Tieguanyin Oolong)
The producer roasted this Tieguanyin in a traditional style, meaning charcoal roasted, not roasted in an electric oven.
It has around eight hours of roasting at 60°C.
The tea acidity, flowery taste and aroma of the greener Tie Guan Yin are not present anymore.
This tea does not have as much baking as the Tie Guan Yin, which has a red soup and a strong baking taste.
To summarize, its roasting level is between the teas mentioned above.
This Oolong can give at least ten brews.
It has some dried nuts notes and some baking aroma. It also has a thick sweet tea soup with a very long aftertaste.
The tea has some astringency and no bitterness unless you push it.
This tea is superior in quality to the average roasted Tie Guan Yin. If you like this processing style, you must try this tea!
Due to its medium roasting, you can store this tea for many years if you keep it sealed.