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Conventional Chinese Loose Leaf Wulong Cha Distributors Oolong Tea Tieguangyin

Item Code:BN8087

Origin:Fujian, China

Standard:EU / USDA

MOQ:Factory direct supplying, small MOQ of 2kg is available

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Product Introduction

Item Name:

Top Grade Autumn Rhyme Flavor Fujian Ti Kwan Yin Oolong Tea

Item Code:



Anxi Fujian, China

Harvest time(season):



glossy appearance, with granulated green color, red spots and white frost


High quality plentiful tender leaves, clearly visible one bud with two or three half-mature leaves, tightly knitted balls shape looks like dragonfly's head.  


Prevent from sunshine, best be -0 centi degree, and air-tight

Brew vessel:

Teapot, tea cup / mug, Gaiwan


250g per food grade vaccum pack. bags into export cartons 


Factory direct supplying, MOQ 2kg


Pyramid tea bag, OEM / ODM packages are accepted


  Free samples , express fee at clients' account


 30% deposit, balance before delivery or against B/L copy


 Within 3~15 days with confirmation of deposit

Product Feature


100% natural well-selected half-mature tea leaves processed in traditional way, without additives


Conform with USA,Europe Standard.


Factory direct supplying, small MOQ of 2kg is available


Factory direct sell, First hand products Competitive prices


Customized package, Tea Sachet on-the-go, OEM / ODM services are available


Tieguanyin Tea  ( also named: Iron Goddess of Mercy,  Ti Kuan Yin,  Tit Kwun Yum, Ti Kwan Yin, Iron Buddha, Iron Goddess Oolong, and  Tea of the Iron Bodhisattva, Ming Nan Oolong ). 


Our Tie Guan Yin Tea was from Anxi in Fujian Province, Tieguanyin tea is one of China's 10 famous teas. It is so popular in some countries that it is synonymous with oolong tea.  It has a unique taste called Guanyin Rhyme (Yin Yun), which can be described as outstanding orchid fragrance and nectar sweet taste.


Our factory only applies one bud with 2 or 3 leaves, when the buds at the top of a bush reach one-third to half the size of a mature leaf. 


 Harvesting can take place 4 times a year:

    Spring tea (Chun Cha or Jade) from mid April to mid May

    Mid summer tea (Xia Cha) from mid June to mid July

    Late summer tea (Shu Cha) in August

    Autumn tea (Qiu Cha) from mid September to mid October

So you may would like to ask that Which season yields the best tea?

Spring tea is the tastiest, but autumn tea is more fragrant.

Summer tea is the lowest quality and cheap price, Benuo never sell late summer as autumn tea as other vendors.

Spring tea is the most abundant and makes up 45% to 50% of annual production. Autumn tea is the rarest and makes up 10% to 15% of annual production.  That affects autumn tieguanyin tea costs more than spring tea.

* Application: This tea is ideal for first class tea house, restaurant, and serious oolong tea lovers daily drinking.

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