Tea is sold by weight rather than volume.
Origin: Central Taiwan
Named after Kwan Yin, the Chinese goddess of mercy, Tieguanyin is arguably the best-known oolong tea. It is also possibly the most complex oolong to make, requiring 10-13 different rolling actions and proper baking temperatures. There are many different types of Tieguanyin, from the greener and more lightly roasted, to the darker and more heavily roasted. Our Tieguanyin falls in the middle of the spectrum. It is a full-bodied amber brew, with a slightly roasted, burnt honey taste. This tea can also take several re-infusions.