This Tie Guan Yin is called Hua Xiang (floral aroma) and the name suits it perfectly - it’s as though the dry leaf aroma teleports you to a flower garden. The heated leaf also includes notes of spring leaves and blossom. The taste adds to the floral symphony adding a sort of wholesomeness to the flavour profile. The aftertaste is velvety.
A great tea for any time of day, but it’s especially pleasing to sit down to it after all important tasks of the day have been completed. It helps to relax and reboot, to let go and enjoy the peace and quiet.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||4 g.|
|Teaware:||Porcelain, Clay, Glass|