Yunnan Black - Dia Hong
Mellow, sweet, fruity, full bodied
This distinctive superior Dian Hong black tea comes from the cloud-veiled mountains of the Yunnan. Its orange-reddish liquor yields a spicy and smooth aroma with pleasing floral overtones and a tinge of citrus. This refined black tea is good after dinner and can also be enjoyed with milk.
Our Dian Hong Tea comes from the Organic ECOCERT certified tea garden in Nanping, Pu'erh (Yunnan Province) at around 1800 meters. The soil here is fertile, with a high vegetation index; with over a hundred kilometres of ecological environment without any source of pollution. It is a famous and excellent place for producing organic Dianhong black tea. This tea has also NOP Organic, EU Organic and JAS ECOCERT (Japan) Organic certification.
Ingredients: Dian Hong Black
Tea Varietal: Fengqing Large Leaf Cultivar
Production Methos: Orthodox
Put 3g of Dian Hong Black Tea into a warmed glass;
Pour into the glass 200ml 98°C water;
Brew for 30 seconds for the first brewing, longer time for the following brewing;
Dian Hong Black Tea stands up to five brewings.
Our teas are packed in eco-friendly, recyclable, resealable pouches
Black Tea (China Red): Premium from China
More than just tea in a bag! Black tea is the most popular type of tea in western countries. Maybe because it has a longer storage life than green, so was better suited for the long transport time during the early days of European / Asian trade.
To produce black tea, the leaves undergo more oxidation when compared to green, white, oolong teas. This not only results in darker tea leaves, but also a stronger and more intense taste.
The most popular method of serving Black Tea in the West is adding milk or sugar to reduce the natural astringency and bitterness of Black Tea, but In China and other parts of Asia, it is usually served straight.
Among Black Teas we can count outstanding and rare varieties. The premium tea ages well and improves over time. The best whole leaf Black Teas are made by hand, in contrast to the commercial CTC (Crush-Tear-Curl) of tea-bags.