Big leaves delivering big flavours. Quite strong, dark leaf appearance with golden tips, a reddish brew, and a spicy, earthy, chestnut taste and aroma.
Brewing the best cup.1 teaspoon per cup. Boiling water, then brew your tea, 4+ mins, a little honey or sugar, with or without milk.
According to Wikipedia the list of Chinese contributions to the world include papermaking, the compass, gunpowder, and printing (both woodblock and movable type). One of the other great contributions is tea.
This black tea, grown in China's southern Yunnan Province, was first produced over 1500 years ago and is one of the oldest cultivated teas in the world
China Black Tea
One of my favourites. Plenty of flavour and reminiscent of Assam tea which I enjoy during the winter months. Yunnan is, somehow, more refreshing during the warmer days and hints at campfires and cooked breakfast!
There’s always a little wisp of smoke about this tea. It’s warming and satisfying. One of my favourites.
I think this might be my all time favorite tea. Perfect cuppa for anytime of day. Good strength with full flavour.
A very nice tea, strong, rich and warming. Nice with honey in as a sweetener.