Ban Tian Yao is produced in the Wu Yi mountain of Fu Jian China. The tea carries a special name which means halfway to the sky, taken literally from how the tea grows—on a high cliff, to look like it is hanging on the sky. Ban Tian Yao Oolong Tea bears a deep history and has been around since the 18th century.
Time: 30 Seconds
Water: 250/350ml Infuser Cup
Brews: Can be brewed for 3 rounds (add 10 seconds for each subsequent brew)