“Tea time is a chance to slow down, pull back and appreciate our surroundings.”
A daily cup of unsweetened tea may help reduce levels of bad (LDL) cholesterol and hardening of the arteries. This may prevent the formation of blood clots that cause heart attacks and strokes.
Polyphenols and antioxidants in this oolong tea may play an important role in helping to improve your heart health.
This Chinese oolong tea is rich in antioxidants and these may provide great support to your immune system and help build up your defenses against bacteria, viruses and environmental stress.
A healthy immune system may help prevent diseases caused by bacterial infections and may aid your body in removing toxins may that speed up aging and cause tumors.
Drinking a daily cup of tea may help improve your sluggish digestion. Stomach aches and acid reflux may be soothed by a good cup of tea after your meal.
Antioxidants and caffeine in tea help to boost your metabolism so that your stomach is able to break up food faster helping it to move faster along your digestive track relieving your pain.
A good digestion serves you in two ways: soothing digestive problems and promoting weight loss. A faster metabolism helps your body to break fats and remove unwanted wanted wastes from your body.
For better results you should eat healthier food and reduce sugar intake, so it is great that Tie Guan Yin is naturally sweet. You don’t need any sweeteners in your daily cup of tea.
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Amazing flavour for tea lovers.
This delicate tea comes from a single county in the Fujian province in China.
This is a flavorful Chinese oolong tea and it is quite easy to make.
So let’s learn how to brew Tie Guan Yin (western style) and enjoy a great cup of tea.
Place 2 to 3 teaspoons of tea leaves per cup of water (250ml) inside your teapot. If you wish to drink a stronger tea, you may increase the amount of tea per cup.
Heat water to nearly boiling point (95ºC - 100ºC or 203ºF – 212ºF). If the water does boil, then let it sit or a few moments to cool down a bit. It’s important to use good quality water, preferably bottled water instead of tap water.
Once you pour the water over the leaves, make sure to use a timer to control steeping time. Tie Guan Yin requires only about 2 to 5 minutes steeping. The longer you steep the stronger the tea.
Your brewed Tie Guan Yin tea has a bright yellow color with green tones and has a nice floral aroma, resembling orchids and hyacinths.
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