The Golden Cassia was discovered in Anxi village, Fujian, China, sometime between 1850 and 1860. This Chinese tea and its variants are made from oolong tea shoots, which produces a golden yellow colour during its brew, hence its name. An alternative name for the Golden Cassia used in Zhaoan China is “Eight Immortals Tea”(八仙茶).
Time: 30 Seconds
Water: 250/350ml Infuser Cup
Brews: Can be brewed for 3 rounds (add 10 seconds for each subsequent brew)
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