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Green Goddess (Tie Guan Yin)

Southern Fujian Oolong

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Regular price $25.00 AUD

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Type: Southern Fujian Oolong Tea
Cultivar: Tie Guan Yin (鐵觀音)
Origin: Anxi, Fujian province, China

Fresh floral, grassy, milky

Legend has it that the Iron Goddess (aka Tie Guan Yin) Oolong tea was born in a cave and blessed by the Goddess of Mercy. We’re not sure about that but what we are sure about is that this is an incredibly aromatic and tasty Oolong tea. This particular one is a greener style of Tie Guan Yin.


A fresh, floral aroma is followed by a grassy and herbaceous flavour, finishing with a milky texture. A medium to full bodied tea with a satisfying mouth-fill and light floral and grassy hints.


Gaiwan Gong-Fu style (preferred method)

Leaf weight 5g per 150ml of water
 90 degrees Celsius
 5 – 10secs per infusion* (up to 6 infusions)

*First infusion is a quick 3 – 5 sec rinse and isn't drunk.


Oolong teapot Teapot steep

Leaf weight 5g per 300ml of water
Water temperature 90 degrees Celsius
Time 2mins

Cold brew Cold Brew

Leaf weight 5g per 500ml of water
Water temperature Cold water
Time 10hrs in the fridge


Proper tea storage is super important. Improper storage leads to flat, flavourless and potentially weird tasting tea. So as a rule of thumb, keep your tea leaves in an airtight container (the less air inside the better) and away from heat, light, moisture and strong odours.

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