Enjoy this cup of top grade and elegant Yunnan Dian Hong Black Tea
- Origin Place: Xiaowan & Pinghe, Fengqing County, Yunnan
Harvest Time: April 30, 2015
- Dry Tea: tight and wiry with plenty tips, even shape, dark and smooth.
- Tea Liquid: bright in orange yellow color.
- Flavor: strong floral fragrance, tastes mellow, rich and full with strong sweet aftertaste.
- Tea Leaf: after brewed, the tea leaf is complete and glossy.
Being located in the garden at 2000 meters high in Fengqing, Yunnan Ancient Wild Tree black tea represents a good choice for black tea lovers. This tea species (Fengqing) produce thick and large tea leaves. Thus our Ancient Wild Tree black tea is proud to have strong and large leaves. Covered with thin pekoes the leaves become glossy and dark after drying process. When brewed the taste of tea becomes bold and full of aroma which is very common for teas with strong taste. It resembles the characteristic of raw pu-erh.
The ancient wild tea trees of Yunnan Province are highly protected by the country and regarded and treasures of China. Some of them are over thousand years old. These trees are in most cases used for making pu-erh tea and black tea. As a result a freshly made black tea can have both features of Yunnan’s black tea and Yunnan’s pu-erh. The name hints that this tea is made of the wild ancient tea tree leaves. Dian Hong tea is made in a traditional way of crafting, providing boldness and delicateness at the same time.
Recommend Brewing Guide
Teapot: 17 oz / 500 ml
185℉ / 85℃
Use 7 Grams Tea
Brewing time: 3-5 mins
Chinese Gongfu Way
Gaiwan: 3 oz / 85 ml
185℉ / 85℃
Use 6 Grams Tea
7 steeps : rinse,15s,25s,35s,50s,80s,130s,210s