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Chuan Tong Tie Guan Yin
4CAC

Harvest: 07.05.2016
Origin: China / Fujian / Anxi / Bijiashan
Height: 700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Hong Xin Tie Guan Yin
50g / 40,00 CHF
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Description:
Chuantong Tieguanyin translates as traditional Tieguanyin and is a genuine, original classic Tieguanyin, produced on Mount Bijiashan, in the south west of the city of Anxi.

This tea has been produced traditionally, and contrary to modern Tieguanyin it has been wilted for a longer period, oxidised at room temperature, and the red rims of the leaves that result from the oxidation have not been removed. Then the tea has been shaped into lumps (Quan Qiu Xing) and moderately roasted.

The varietal Tieguanyin is named after Guanyin (in India: Avalokiteshvara), hence in the west this tea is sometimes also called Iron Buddha of compassion, as the name would translate.
Character:
A tea that is very intense and lingers long after being drunk, a tea for a hot summers day, lush, fruity, herbal and aromatic, warm and full.
Category:
An Xi Tie Guan Yin
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Hong Bian Tie Guan Yin
4CAH

Harvest: 07.05.2016
Origin: China / Fujian / Anxi / Bijiashan
Height: 700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Hong Xin Tie Guan Yin
50g / 40,00 CHF
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Description:
Hongbian Tieguanyin means Tieguanyin with a red ribbon. The name refers to the fact that the rim of the leaves that have been reddened through the oxidation have not been removed. Produced on the Montain Bijiashan, in the southwest of the city Anxi.

This tea has been crafted in a traditional manner, contrary to modern Tieguanyin. This means that it has been wilted for a longer time, oxidised at room temperature and the oxidised rims of the leaves (Hongbian) have not been removed. Then the tea has been shaped into lumps (Quan Qiu Xing) and only very slightly roasted.

The varietal Tie Guan Yin is named after Guanyin (in India: Avalokiteshvara), hence in the west this tea is sometimes also called Iron Buddha of compassion, as the name would translate.
Character:
By combining flowery and subtly fruity notes with highly aromatic and herbal nuances, this tea offers a complex and intense tea-tasting.
Category:
An Xi Tie Guan Yin
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner and it is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Lao Guan Yin
4CAL

Harvest: 6 29.04.2015
Origin: China / Fujian / Anxi / Bijiashan
Height: 700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Hong Xin Tie Guan Yin
50g / 30,00 CHF
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Description:
Laoguanyin translates as old Tieguanyin and in this case it means that the Teaguanyin has been produced as it was in the old times, before the leaves were shaped into lumps. This tea was produced at Mount Bijiashan, in the south west of the City Anxi.

This tea has been produced traditionally, and contrary to modern Tieguanyin it has been wilted for a longer period, oxidised at room temperature, and the red rims of the leaves that result from the oxidation have not been removed. Then the tea has been shaped into semi-lumps (Ban Qiu Xing) and moderately roasted.

The varietal Tieguanyin is named after Guanyin (in India: Avalokiteshvara), hence in the west this tea is sometimes also called Iron Buddha of compassion, as the name would translate.
Character:
The introduces itself with a subtle smell of wood and sweet dried fruits, followed by a highly aromatic sip, which then transforms from mineral and slightly tart to light sweet notes.
Category:
An Xi Tie Guan Yin
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Tai Shi Tie Guan Yin
4CAT

Harvest: 28.04.2015
Origin: China / Fujian / Anxi / Bijiashan
Height: 700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Hong Xin Tie Guan Yin
50g / 40,00 CHF
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Description:
Taishi Tieguanyin translates as Taiwanese-style Tieguanyin. It has been produced when a taiwanese tea-production expert visited the tea-factory near Mount Bijiashan, southwest of the city of Anxi. The difference to genuine chineses Chuan Tong Tie Guan Yin, this tea has been wilted for a longer period and more oxidised.

This tea has been produced traditionally, and contrary to modern Tieguanyin it has been wilted for a longer period, oxidised at room temperature, and the red rims of the leaves that result from the oxidation have not been removed. Then the tea has been shaped into lumps (Quan Qiu Xing) and moderately roasted.

The varietal Tieguanyin is named after Guanyin (in India: Avalokiteshvara), hence in the west this tea is sometimes also called Iron Buddha of compassion, as the name would translate.
Character:
The most diverse aromas unfold like a firework. The leaves smell invitingly and announce an aromatic, herbal and also fruity and sweet infusion.
Category:
An Xi Tie Guan Yin
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Guan Yin Wang
4CAW

Harvest: 08.10.2016
Origin: China / Fujian / Anxi / Bijiashan
Height: 700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Hong Xin Tie Guan Yin
50g / 40,00 CHF
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excl. shipping and handling


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Description:
A very beautiful Anxi Tieguanyin grown on Mount Bijiashan, south west of the city of Anxi and produced in a modern way. It is only briefly wilted, then oxydised in a chilled room and finally the reddened rims are removed. The result is a very green, light, flowery and highly aromatic Oolong.

The tea-variety Tieguanyin is named after Guanyin (in Indian: Avalokiteshvara), and hence the tea is sometimes called Iron Buddha of compassion.
Character:
This tea wears a wonderful perfume of white petals, light fruit and bears a slight freshness and herbal density.
Category:
An Xi Tie Guan Yin
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner and it is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
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