The Iron Goddess is also as known as Tie Guan Yin in China. It is one of the top ten Chinese tea. This tea divided into light oxidized and heavy oxidized and MY Teahouse normally just sell the light one. The taste of this spring harvest Iron Goddess is more delicate than the autumn harvest one.
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|Origin||Anxi, Fujian Province|
|Making processes||withering in sun, withering in room, repeat oxidising with shaking many times ,pan-dry fried;twist in cloth bag, release the leaves, pan-fried; re-do it many times till dry|
|Health Benefits||on help digestion and reducing cholesterol, it does better than the others|
|remarks||good to have it in warm weather; 20 minutes after big spicy/meaty lunch will feel more comfortable; MY Teahouse doesn't really suggest to have it after 6pm|
Color: shine bright green + dark green
Shape: curly and stocky pellet
Size: 5-8mm diameter
Smell: grassy, floral
Taste: refreshing, delicate, floral
Teaware: Clay teapot , Porcelain Gaiwan
MY Teahouse suggest using 85-90 degree ºC rinse the leaves for 2 seconds to wake the leaves up first. Then brewing for about 30-45sec for the 1st infusion, 45sec-1minute for the 2nd -4th infusions, and 1-1.5minutes for the 5th and more infusions. ( Clay teapot need less time then Porcelain Gaiwan)
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