China Yunnan Silver Tip Choice

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From Grace Tea Company

Our Silver Tip Yunnan is sourced from tea estates located high in the mountains of South China’s Yunnan province. This delightful black tea produces a brew with an exquisite fragrance, somewhat similar to a high grown Ceylon tea. Yunnan’s delicate, almost golden leaves produce a lovely flavor when brewed, one that is lighter than the traditional black teas of South China.

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Yes, it is almost 1am. Yes, I am drinking black tea….no, I’m not sure if I will be sleeping anytime soon.
I needed something strong to get the grass taste out of my mouth after the sencha fiasco…this is working and is also very good.

Okay, silly question: This tea tastes remarkably similar to the Golden Monkey sample I’ve had. I know that Golden Monkey is from a Yunnan, but do they do anything special to it for the tea to be called Golden Monkey? Or is this Yunnan pretty much the same thing?

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This is slightly musky scent…maybe more like a black tea and dry ice type smell??? Not sure…

It’s VERY dark in color.

This is an extremely bold BLACK tea – nice for the mornings – great for corporate meetings as a coffee alternative – ideal for that afternoon pick-me-up…and so on!

Different but interesting and purposeful

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From my review at It’s All About the Leaf:

I have tried to write this review for something like 3-4 months. Every time I get excited about drinking this tea, get excited about brewing up tea, and then as I start drinking the tea I lose focus and end up working on something else.

So today, I’m trying to actually focus. This tea review, it SHALL be written. But as I’m drinking it, I think the fact that I am easily distracted is part of the review itself. The tea is just not holding my attention long enough to really get a good review. The aroma of the unbrewed leaf is malty with overtones of pepper. It’s got a lovely chestnut color. But the flavor is more subtle. It’s got a hint of sweetness, and some richness and a hint of earth to it. When you take a sip, the brew tastes good – but it just slips your mind quickly. It’s a nice tea, it’s just not my cup of tea.

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