From the beautiful region of Anxi with its parks and temples, this tea is known as Ti Guan Yin or ‘Iron Goddess’ and its big oily leaves gently unfurl as it brews.
Fragrant and complex with creamy undertones of iron-rich vegetables and a smooth orchid-like aftertaste. The brew is the colour of sunflowers with a hint of olive, bright and clear.
Whole leaf tea leaves can be refreshed with more hot water when ready for another cup.
This tea is more bodily, this is about power and personal authority.
This tea is very good for people who struggle to establish themselves in life.
It will also be really good if you are trying to bring a dream into reality.