Brews up a nice amber colored brew. Pleasant, earthy smell. Mild flavor with a smooth finish. I have drank this twice, both times I developed a tremendous headache. I don’t know why. Any ideas?
Yunnan Hong Cha is back! Introduced in 2006 Hong Cha quickly became a favorite of Yunnan tea drinkers for its rich full taste, smoothness, and affordability. We ran out in 2006 and again after a few months in 2008. It is a limited production tea Naturally Grown without chemicals on a small tea farm in the heart of the Yunnan mountain area.
We recommend it to breakfast tea drinkers new to the Yunnans and to seasoned tea drinkers alike.
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