Gui Fei Oolong

This tea is grown and produced in the north of Thailand, in the province of Chiang Rai. Harvest is collected after the tea leaf has been bitten by Green Leafhoppers. Thanks to this, after the final processing, the tea has honey and citrus flavor notes.

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Place of OriginChiang Rai Province
CountryThailand
ClassificationOolong Tea
IngredientsTea 100% free of artificial additives

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Gui Fei Oolong

Gui Fei from Thailand

The homeland of Gui Fei Oolong is Taiwan, and as you remember from our other descriptions, tea bushes in Thailand were imported from there. To make this tea, they use a tea bud and young leaves from the bush of Jin Xuan. Harvest is collected exclusively by hand because there is no other way to gently collect small leaves from the bush. Taiwanese masters were invited to make this lot of tea, and therefore the result is excellent.

The taste characteristics of a tea drink are similar to Dongfang Meiren. In the taste, there are honey, citrus and floral notes.

We highly recommend buying at least some of it.

How to Prepare Gui Fei Oolong

  • Water temperature: 80-100 degrees Celsius.
  • Housewares: transparent, porcelain or ceramic teapot/mug.
  • An amount of tea and volume: 1-2 tsp per 150 - 200 ml.
  • A number of brewings: 4-6.

 

  1. Place the tea leaves into the teapot and pour water into it.
  2. The first filling lasts a few seconds and the water must be drained, thus washes the tea leaves.
  3. Pour water into the teapot again.
  4. Leave the mixture for at least 45-60 seconds*.
  5. Drain the water out from a teapot and your tea is ready to serve.

 

* Increase time of next brewing for 10-20 seconds.

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Gui Fei Oolong

Gui Fei Oolong

This tea is grown and produced in the north of Thailand, in the province of Chiang Rai. Harvest is collected after the tea leaf has been bitten by Green Leafhoppers. Thanks to this, after the final processing, the tea has honey and citrus flavor notes.

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