Ti Kwan Yin
Probably the best known of Chinese oolongs, this aromatic and elegant tea comes from central Fujian province. It is named for Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. The crinkly, slightly twisted leaves are a mixture of reddy-brown and dark green and as they brew, they unfurl to give lace-edged leaves that release a honey-colored liquor; a sweet, floral aroma and an orchid-like smooth delicate flavor. This classic and respected rolled Chinese oolong yields several infusions and provides a distinctively new flavor with each steeping.
CAFFEINE CONTENT: Medium TASTING NOTES: Clean, Floral, Round