Tieguanyin Tea (5/9)

Taking its namesake from the famous Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, Tieguanyin Tea has some of the most meticulous and time-consuming preparation of any of our features in this list. Sun drying, oxidising, rolling, drying, roasting and scenting all combine to make up the Tieguanyin distinct chestnut taste. What’s more, the Tieguanyin can apparently be infused up to seven times without losing its charming taste. Charged at $3,000 for 1,000g, it’s one of the precious oolong teas in the world.

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Written by James Metcalfe

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