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One could say that China is the land where tea was born. It’s no surprise, that the tea traditions in China are probably the oldest in the world. The provinces of so called “Middle Kingdom” produce marvelous black teas – you’ll find that these are especially mild – along with oolong and jasmine teas. The extraordinary diversity and quality of Chinese teas is overwhelming.
This particular one is harvested at the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau. At the oldest tea-growing area this tea is picked during the best harvest time (2nd flush). Only buds and the finest leaves are used for this tea.
Diang Hong – Golden Rain - The main difference between Diang Hong and other Chinese black teas is the amount of fine leaf buds, or "golden tips" present. Fermented with lychee, rose and longan, Diang Hong teas produces a brew that is brassy golden orange in colour with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency.
This particular tea is very good for multiple infusions. Just add fresh hot water to the pot and increase the steeping time slightly for each subsequent infusion. Repeat until the flavor starts to fade.
How many cups of tea there is:
20 grams - 13 cups*
50 grams - 33 cups*
100 grams - 66 cups*
150 grams - 100 cups*
250 grams - 166 cups*
* - on average, based on 200 ml cup and one infusion.
|Aroma:||sweet, spicy and nutty|
|Taste:||rounded, even and very smooth, slightly smoky|
|Taste - category:||Distinctive|
|Appearance:||orange-gold buds and the finest leaves|