Tan Yang Kungfu Black Tea

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Black Tea- Tan Yang Kung Fu

Other Names: Tan Yang Gong Fu, 坦洋工夫

Origin: Tan Yang, Fujian Province

Description: Tan Yang is named after the village in south Fujian province during the Qing dynasty. Boasting well over 100 years of production, Tan Yang Kung Fu tea was the number one export through the docks in Guangzhou. Exports were mainly to The United Kingdom where it was served as a specialty tea for royalty. In 1915 Tan Yang Kung Fu tea won a gold medal in the Panama International Exposition.

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this tea.

It is really good. It is incredibly smooth and rich. Much of what I would expect from a Fujian tea. Sweet and mild, but has a boldness to it too. Delicious chocolate-y undertones.

Very good.

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I received a sample of this today and must say it’s a daring and darling tea! It’s sweet with a bit of pleasant sour notes underneath. There are also some fruity and floral hints as well. AND it ends with a malty-woodsy type taste! I did prefer the 2nd infusion over the 1st only because I thought it had more over-all flavor! I think I am going to try a 3rd infusion as well. This is very special! I like it a lot!

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