Origin: Fujian, China
Description: Floral-like orchid notes with a smooth and haunting finish. This excellent Ti Kuan Yin has no calories when consumed without milk or sugar. Oolong tea may have metabolism boosting benefits.
Ingredients: organic oolong tea (low caffeine, high antioxidant)
Use 1-2 teaspoons of tea leaves per 8 oz of water at 190°F - bring water to a boil, then let it rest for 2 minutes. Pour a small amount of water and rinse out the leaves. Then discard this water. Pour more hot water and let it steep for 10-20 seconds. Pour the tea through a strainer. Continue steeps as many times as you would like, adding 5-10 seconds to each. While there is no exact number of steeps one should adhere to, once the the strength of the tea no longer comes through, the leaves have been fully extracted.
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