medium bodied Chinese oolong has undertones of dried fruits and a sweet golden finish. We call it Traditional Ti Kuan Yin because of the longer oxidation which was traditionally the way the tea was created in China. More recently Chinese Ti Kuan Yin has been fashioned after the greener, less oxidized oolongs of Taiwan and unfortunately this more traditional processing is overlooked. We like both the greener and more golden darker oxidized oolongs, each for their own unique character. One is not better than the other, just distinctly different. Traditional Ti Kuan Yin Tea Type: Oolong Tea Ingredients: oolong tea Origin of Traditional Ti Kuan Yin : Fujian, China Caffeine Facts Follow these tips to lessen the caffeine content in your cup. Brew your tea with water under a boil, the hotter the water the more caffeine. Brew your tea leaves for less time, the longer you brew the more caffeine. Brewing Tips Heat water, do not boil. Use 1 teabag per cup. Pour prepared water over the teabag and steep for 3-4 minutes. Our free gift to you! All orders receive a free tea and spice sample. 1 FDA Statement -These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only. Consult your physician before using any herbal products. All matters regarding health require medical supervision. Neither the author nor the publisher shall be liable for any loss, injury, or damage allegedly arising from any information or suggestion on this page.