Must Tie Guan Yin (铁观音)
Black Tie Guan Yin is an exclusive tea. It is produced in mountain villages focused on the production of roads in the Anx region. At the last stage of processing, tea is fried on firewood at high temperatures. When frying, its color changes from bright green to black. The aroma of Black Tie Guan Yin is mainly a taste of firewood, spices and pepper. The road is unlike any other road known to us. Boil it is better in a porcelain or glass container in water at a temperature of 85-90 degrees. Boiling does not last long, each time extend the time. Black Tie Guan Yin letis has a light cognac hue. The taste of the tea is full-bodied and dense and leaves a long bitter aftertaste on the lips.
How is Black Tie Guan Yin tea useful?
Black Tie Guan Yin has the same beneficial properties as a regular Tie Guan Yinilgi – increases performance, improves attention and concentration. Normalizes blood pressure, promotes the natural regulation of metabolism, expels toxins. Effective in preventing tumor diseases. It is also a good prophylaxis for people who lose excess weight.
How to boil?
Black Tie Guan Yini is worth making in porcelain or glassware, at a water temperature of 85-90 degrees. Per 100-120 ml of water you need to take 8-10 grams of dry tea crumbs. The first extract must definitely be poured away, as it is intended for rinsing the tea leaves and opening them. The pulling time must not be long, with each pouring of water, extend the time. The extract comes in a bright cognac color. The taste of the tea is full-bodied and dense and leaves a long bitter aftertaste on the lips.
The history of origin Tie Guan Yini began to be bred by monks during the Tan dynasty from 7 to 8 March 2008. In the 19th century, the Ansyi region of Fujian in the southern province. The site is currently considered the tea capital of China, home to the largest tea market, with the largest number of tasters, collectors and businessmen gathering four times a year. It is so many times that the “iron Bodhisattvat” is harvested, and it is this tea that the tea market is full of, since Tie Guan Yini is considered one of the most expensive types of tea.