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鐵觀音 功夫泡茶(24g/罐)

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铁观音功夫泡茶(24g/罐)

Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (24g/Tin)

Tie Guan Yin possesses a robust flavor, large juicy leaves, and can be brewed gong fu style well over ten times, the tea’s patience doesn’t die.

Legends surround its discovery. The Goddess of Mercy, or Guanyin (aka Kuan Yin) is the bodhisattva of Compassion in the Buddhist world.

One legend is that many centuries ago, there was a poor farmer who tended to a rather run-down Guanyin temple. One day the bodhisattva came to him in his dream. There, she told him to look into a cave upon waking, and he will find a treasure worth sharing. So he did and found a tiny tea tree which he planted and carefully tended to. 

The tea tree grew big and tall and yielded an especially delicious type of tea. He called the tea Tie Guan Yin and shared it with his community, continuing to live a prosperous life and every day caring for the temple and the Goddess which inhabits it. True or not, many still believe that some of these very first ancient tea trees grow in the Anxi region.

Oolong Tea Benefits You Didn't Know About

  • Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease. Researchers have found a connection between drinking oolong tea and lowering cholesterol levels. ... 
  • Lowers Risk of Cancer. ... 
  • Decreases Inflammation. ... 
  • Helps Fight Obesity. ... 
  • Diabetes Prevention. ... 
  • Boosts Energy. ... 
  • Improves Tooth and Skin Health.
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铁观音功夫泡茶(24g/罐) Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (24g/Tin) Tie Guan Yin possesses a robust flavor, large juicy leaves, and can be brewed... Read more

SKU: 120926ORIGIN: China
BARCODE: WEIGHT: 24g

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    產品介紹

    铁观音功夫泡茶(24g/罐)

    Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (24g/Tin)

    Tie Guan Yin possesses a robust flavor, large juicy leaves, and can be brewed gong fu style well over ten times, the tea’s patience doesn’t die.

    Legends surround its discovery. The Goddess of Mercy, or Guanyin (aka Kuan Yin) is the bodhisattva of Compassion in the Buddhist world.

    One legend is that many centuries ago, there was a poor farmer who tended to a rather run-down Guanyin temple. One day the bodhisattva came to him in his dream. There, she told him to look into a cave upon waking, and he will find a treasure worth sharing. So he did and found a tiny tea tree which he planted and carefully tended to. 

    The tea tree grew big and tall and yielded an especially delicious type of tea. He called the tea Tie Guan Yin and shared it with his community, continuing to live a prosperous life and every day caring for the temple and the Goddess which inhabits it. True or not, many still believe that some of these very first ancient tea trees grow in the Anxi region.

    Oolong Tea Benefits You Didn't Know About

    • Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease. Researchers have found a connection between drinking oolong tea and lowering cholesterol levels. ... 
    • Lowers Risk of Cancer. ... 
    • Decreases Inflammation. ... 
    • Helps Fight Obesity. ... 
    • Diabetes Prevention. ... 
    • Boosts Energy. ... 
    • Improves Tooth and Skin Health.

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