Rizhao Black Tea

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  • “I have fallen pretty hard for teas from Rizhao City, China. I would never have know of them if not for *yyz* who told me I should try them given my love for Loashan teas. Rizhao City is just south...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm thoroughly enjoying this sweet roasty tea, while preparing for a 4 day trip up north. It will be fun but crazy, as at some point there will be about 20 of us there. This tea has dark shiny...” Read full tasting note
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Chinese black tea from Rizhao City, China. Rizhao means sunshine so this tea is often referred to as Sunshine tea.

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I have fallen pretty hard for teas from Rizhao City, China. I would never have know of them if not for yyz who told me I should try them given my love for Loashan teas. Rizhao City is just south of Laoshan so the teas have a lot of similarities, but the Rizhao teas are just lighter. A touch sweeter. I love Laoshan Black, but sometimes its just too rich. It really is like licking the spoon of brownie batter. So delicious, but you can overdo it.

I’ve had several Rizhao teas and bought them all from Aliexpress and have had pretty good luck. I wish there was an easier way to purchase it, but after some talking with people from Rizhao city I think I’ve found a couple good sources direct from the plantations, which is cool. I may start a partnership with one man soon so I can offer his father in laws tea to people here. It’s crazy good, but they don’t know how to get the word out. The green tea is the best I’ve ever had.

This particular Rizhao tea is really yummy. Chocolate, caramel, and honey notes with a light cinnamony finish. Just a touch roasty, but only slightly. A nice early evening tea. This is the only one I can find a website for. You can translate a bit of it using chrome or google translate, but it doesn’t give you much information.

Sil

did you send this one to us? If so i think we have a duplicate entry since terri added it…

TastyBrew

Nope, this is a different one. This is from a larger more commercial plantation. The one I sent you and Terri is directly from a small grower.

yyz

I’m glad you’ve enjoyed them so far. I’m interested in hearing more about your explorations. It’s true about the chocolate, one of the ones I have tastes almost exactly like hot chocolate.

Dinosara

These sound so cool! It would be awesome if you could work something out directly from a plantation.

Sil

Dino….if you remind me, I can put in a small sample of the one tastybrew sent me. I don’t have a lot but even a cup would give you a sense of it

Dinosara

Sil, that would be awesome. I’ll try to send you a reminder pm tomorrow.

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I’m thoroughly enjoying this sweet roasty tea, while preparing for a 4 day trip up north. It will be fun but crazy, as at some point there will be about 20 of us there.

This tea has dark shiny curled leaves that yield a brown tinged saffron broth.

This tea has more roasted grain notes and less chocolate notes than other Rizhao black teas I’ve had but it is still delicious. Some documents refer to Rizhao black teas as Rizhao plum tea and I can see why here as this tea has a nice fruity tone that lies between plum and sweet cherry. The tea also has strong honey, and cinnamon notes. Also present are light malt, cocoa, something slightly nutty (hinting towards walnut) and a hint of vanilla. Overall another delicious tea from this region.

Thanks to TastyBrew who sent this to me as part of our Rizhao tea exploration.

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