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Anxi Huang Jin Gui "Golden Osmanthus" Oolong Tea 2011 Spring Imperial - 50g

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Anxi Huang Jin Gui "Golden Osmanthus" Oolong Tea is a superior form of Anxi oolong tea.

This Huang Jin Gui (literally refers to golden osmanthus) is from Dapingtown in Anxi county, which is famous for its traditional Huang Jin Gui oolong tea. This Oolong tea is produced in accordance with the traditional Anxi Oolong tea making techniques so you will detect the green leaves with red edges in the processed tea. Since the tea bush variety Huang Jin Gu is different from Tie Guan Yin, its flavor and taste are also different. Huang Jin Gui focuses on thick tea taste. Since there is a difference in the tea bush variety, the tea soup of Huan Jin Gui is comparatively yellower than other Anxi Oolong teas. But, its taste is very full, mellow, and thick with its unique aroma. If you have not tried it before, this will be a new Anxi Oolong tea taste experience which is totally different from other Anxi teas. All of our Anxi Oolong teas are vacuumed and stored in the freezer to keep them in super freshness condition.

Origin: Xiping town, Anxi county, Fujian Province

Harvest time: 2011 Spring, late April

Picking standard: 2-3 half-matured tea leaves

Shape: tight bold ball shape (or some call dragonfly head shape)

Dried tea color: bloom light to dark green color

Aroma: natural and fresh flowery fragrance

Tea soup color: clear yellowish green color

Taste: freshness, sweetness, flowery taste, sweet.

Brewing vessel: Gaiwan (120cc) or Yixing tea pot (200cc)

Water: purified or mineral water is the best.Brewing guidelines: Gaiwan or Yixing pot (200cc): 5-7grams per time (based on personal taste); the water temperature should be over 98°C (209°F).

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