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Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong (Ti Kuan Yin)

Organic Pure Oolong Tea

This delicate oolong is grown in China's high hilltops among fresh streams and cool, crisp air. Tender leaves are gently basket tossed immediately after harvesting, then semi-oxidized and carefully rolled. Each cup is light and refreshing, easing the mind of all worries. Sweet scents of orchids and honeycomb waft up from the tea as it brews. According to legend, an iron statue of a merciful Bodhisattva came alive and blessed a poor farmer with a magical tea plant. Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong is a must-try tea steeped in culture and history.

    $3.00


    About This Tea

    Ingredients

    Organic Oolong Tea

    Taste

    Distinctive cup with hints of orchid. Sweet with a fragrant finish.

    Infusion

    Pale green yellow

    Caffeine Level

    Low

    Brewing Guide

    Good quality teas like this are ideal re-steeping candidates. Either add another minute to each steep, or keep adding hot water until the flavor is exhausted

    Water

    8oz

    Temperature

    200°

    Leaves

    1 tsp

    Time

    3-5 minutes

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
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    J
    Jade Curtiss
    Great

    Despite being an oolong-tea, this drink has a very light green-tea flavour that is reminiscent of fallen leaves and fresh snow. Over all very good.

    S
    Shantih

    This is my Redbull, the flavor is awesome and it refreshes my energy

    B
    Ben
    Tasty & Mellow

    Good green tea with no fluff. Forgiving with imprecise steep times. Second step is usually my favorite!

    C
    Craig Herrick
    A nice, mid-morning cup

    This tea allows for a pleasant, lingering flavor

    L
    Lawrence Silverman
    Iron Godess of Mercy is a lot of Goodness

    I like oolongs, and this one is especially good. It has a fresh green taste, much softer than a sencha, yet noticeable and pleasant. I don't like heating it to 200 degrees, per the instructions. I feel 175 is enough to brew it well.