Royal Guan Yin releases a sweet scent like orchids and honey after brewing. The tea’s fragrance lasts longer with bubbles, and it is reputed to have “the beauty of fragrance”. The tea appears clear and fresh, and is mellow in taste.
1. First, heat the tea wares. Add in the suitable amount of tea, normally between 6 - 8g or according to personal preference.
2. Next, use boiled water (95°C) to steep it for 12 to 20 seconds and it is ready to served.
Keep the tea in cool/room temperature and stay away from sunlight, moisture and outdoor.