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Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea

Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea
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Brief Introduction to
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea


Ting Xi Lan Xiang tea, known as one of Anhui’s top 10 famous tea, is a green tea from Ting Xi village, Jing County of China’s Anhui Province. Lan Xiang literally means “Orchid Fragrance”, a beautiful name it owes to its naturally sweet orchid-like aroma and taste. Jing County is a mountainous area with dense forests, proper climate temperature and humidity, fertile soil, very suitable for tea growing. Lan Xiang tea is created by adhering to the highest grading standards.

In the late Qing dynasty, the tea of Jing County has been exported to Southeast Asia. TingXi LanXiang was produced by the foundation of Jingxi Tikui by using traditional manual crafts. The former Chinese leader Deng Xiao Ping made a remark of this tea: “This is a good tea that I will be drinking it regularly. It is comparable to the best Huang Shan Mao Feng and Xi Hu Long Jing”.

make the perfect cup of
Ting Xi Lan Xiang (Orchid Fragrance) Green Tea

    • Teaware
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    • 12 OZ. Tall Glass Teacup, Gaiwan (Bowl)
    • Leaves
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    • 1 TBS
    • Water
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    • Filtered (Spring) Water
    • Fire
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    • 85°C | 185°F
    • Time
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    • 2 Min for 1st Infusion
    • Infusion
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    • 4-5 infusions

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