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Dry leaf form of Tie Guan Yin wulong

Tie Guan Yin (simplified Chinese: 铁观音; traditional Chinese: 鐵觀音; pinyin: tiěguānyīn) is a wulong tea produced primarily, and traditionally, around Anxi in southern Fujian province, China. Some Tie Guan Yin is also produced in Taiwan. The finished tea shares its name with a group of hybrids of Camellia Sinensis, and is produced in three main styles or types--all of which use a rolled leaf. (more)

Tie Guan Yin, Master's Choice - Master's Choice is a high grade of the un-roasted version of Tie Guan Yin. Click Here to Purchase

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