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Tie Kuan Yin
Oolong Tea

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Tie Kuan Yin is the most famous of loose-leaf, oolong teas. The name Tie Kuan Yin means "Iron Goddess of Mercy" and the tea is as magnificent as its name implies. The tea leaves are withered under the strong sun, oxidized until jade green, and then wrap curled into small beads. Tie Kuan Yin Oolong tea has a roasted aroma and a smooth, refreshing flavor. It is a cool and refreshing tea drank hot or cooled.

Oolong Tea Instructions



  • Promotes liver health
  • Promotes dental health
  • Promotes digestive health
  • Promotes balance and harmony
  • Good source of the amino acid GABA
  • Cool and refreshing for ease from summer heat and fever



Medium Caffeine Tea

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Customer Reviews

Delicious! Top of the line oolong!
Reviewed by C B on 1/11/13
This is delicious! The leaves are a gorgeous green (my favorite color) wrapped into little buds.

First steep// 3 minutes// The steep color is a buttery lemon yellow. The taste is as buttery as the color, mellow yet vegetal and fresh. A bit spicy (but that may be from the chai that I had earlier in this infuser). The tea reminds me of a milk oolong I had… maybe because this type of tea would be the base for a milk oolong. This one is sweet and a bit creamy, anyway!

Second steep// 4 minutes// This steep is much less vegetal, much more floral and peachy. Love it!

Third steep// hotter & 4 minutes// This steep seemed to go back to the milk oolong flavor, but this time less vegetal. Still a bit floral, but not as peachy. I think this is my favorite steep. It’s very complex!

I could probably keep steeping! I would imagine there are MANY more steeps left in this. I’d really like to experiment with an oolong one day and just keep steeping the same leaves until there isn’t any flavor left. I think I’ll wait until I have a brew basket though, instead of my "tea dipper". I’ll just never stop being amazed at the differences in each steep of an oolong!
great tea
Reviewed by David on 7/23/11
Very good oolong.Experiment with amount of tea and length of brew to get just the taste you want.
Smooth Oolong
Reviewed by Denise on 5/21/11
I was in search of a really good tea--the kind I feel like I can drink pot after pot. This is it! Very smooth--a perfect balance between dark and green oolongs.
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