History of Ti Guan Yin:The tea is named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Guanyin, who is known in Japan as Kannon and in Korea as Guam-eum. Guanyin is a female embodiment of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva. Luzhou is a major development in the upper Yangtze River and Sichuan province as well as an important production base of commodity rice, fruit such as litchi and longan, tea, and traditional Chinese medicine ingredients.
Tea Quality, Packaging & Certification:
Country of Origin
Smell & Taste
Dry, odor-free, dark place
How To Brew & Steep This Tea:
1. Choose Tea 2. Clean & Warm Up Teapot 3. Wash Tea in Pot 4. Steep/Brew Your Tea 5. Wash Tea Ware 6. Throw Out Used Tea
92°C / 197°F
Ancient Legends of Benefits :
Strengthens immunity, promotes anti-aging, promotes weight loose and natural beauty.