Big Red Robe (Wuyi Oolong)
Directly sourced from the Li family.
This oolong was handpicked in the spring of 2019.
Grown in Wuyishan, Fujian, China, within the Wuyishan ecological reserve. The specific name of this tea is QI Dan, and its grown 600 meters above elevation. This tea has won many awards for its great flavor from roasting techniques by the Li family. The Li family is also known for its sustainable farming and helping to preserve the land. It is said that a farmer had saved an emperor’s wife, so he sent symbolic red robes to thank the farmer. With such honor, the farmer named the tea “Big Red Robe.”
Great history, great taste, and grow within a great ecological reserve.
7 grams of tea and add 6 ounces of boiling water at 208 degrees
steep for 5 seconds and add 3 seconds per steeping
You can enjoy this tea many times before you discard it.
5 grams of tea and add 6-8 bounces boiling water at 208 degrees
steep for at least 20 seconds
You can resteep many times before you discard and each time add 10 seconds.
Iced or cold
4 grams of tea per 12 ounces of room temperature water
Put in a jar to place in your fridge overnight or at least 8-12 hours.
Add ice and enjoy it for a hot summer day!
Roasted black oolong tea
Servings per unit
16-20 or more servings if you steep the tea multiple times
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