When you think about a classic Tieguanyin Oolong, this would be the type of oolong that makes Tieguanyin a world-famous Chinese tea. Tieguanyin has been around since 1723 and was originally produced in Anxi County, China. Nowadays,
The flavor is more similar to a green tea than a typical Chinese oolong tea most people familiar with. There is a natural orchid fragrance that is very clean and refreshing. The color of the liquor is clear with a light champagne color.
This fresh-scented Tieguanyin is mellow in taste and slightly sweeter aftertaste.
Alternate Name: Fresh-Scented Iron Goddess Oolong, Fragrance Iron Goddess Oolong
Origin: Anxi County, Fujian Province, China
Notes: Orchid Flower, Fresh Greens, Sweet Aftertaste