Wuyi Tie Luo Han - Iron Monk

Wuyi Tie Luo Han - Iron Monk

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The energy of this tea is thick and powerful. It has the typical Tieluohan features. Tieluohan is one of China's four most famous bushes (the other three are Dahongpao, Bai ji guan, and Shui jingui). It is a highly valuable tea since it is a rare one. This 2020 year's tea quality is better than previous year because of the excellent harvest weather.

This tea is a perfect blend of sweet and spice. The aftertaste is strong and long lasting. I recommend brewing it Gongfu style with around 6 grams of tea leaves for every 150 milliliters of water at 205 degrees Fahrenheit. Rinse the tea really fast, and steep it for about 10 seconds. You can drink it alone or enjoy it with spicy food or dishes with many spices like curry.

The energy of this tea is quite amazing; you will feel the immediate calm in each sip.We suggest sharing this tea with someone else to fully understand what it meant for tea to bring people together.

Method: 3 times charcoal roasting

Tea Bush Age: Around 65 years old

Harvest: 2020 Spring

Alternate Name: Wuyi Iron Monk

Notes: Raspberry, Strawberry Jam

Country Type of tea Rinse  Water Temp 1st steep 2nd steep 3rd steep
China Green No 190ºF / 88ºC 15 sec 10 sec 20 sec
China Aged white Yes 205ºF / 96ºC

1 min

15 sec

25 sec

China Classic white No 175ºF / 80ºC 30 sec 15 sec

30 sec

China Twisted oolong No 205ºF / 96ºC 30 sec 15 sec 20 sec
Taiwan Rolled oolong No 205ºF / 96ºC 45 sec 15 sec 20 sec
China Small leaves black No 205ºF / 96ºC 15 sec 25 sec 35 sec
China Big leaves black No
205ºF / 96ºC
45 sec 15 sec 30 sec
China Shou puerh Yes
205ºF / 96ºC
30 sec 15 sec 30 sec
China Heicha Yes
205ºF / 96ºC
30 sec 15 sec 30 sec
China Sheng puerh Yes

190ºF / 88ºC

30 sec

20 sec

30 sec

China Sheng puerh Yes 205ºF / 96ºC
10 sec
5 sec
10 sec

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Customer Reviews

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This is one of the teas I’d want with me on a desert island

Mineral, a little smoky, sometimes spicy. The taste and the name (it loosely translates to Iron Monk) conjures up images of temples nestled high up in mountains, shrouded in mist. This pairs really nicely with steak. It’s also a good choice during work when everyone else is running around - this is a very relaxing tea.

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