I don’t think I will ever get tired of this tea. Such freshness!
“I don't think I will ever get tired of this tea. Such freshness!” Read full tasting note
“2 heaping tsp for 12 oz The best Dian Hong I've ever had. Thanks to *Doug F* for turning me on to this. It has all the classic Dian Hong flavor that I've come to expect with zero astringency and...” Read full tasting note
“The finest Yunnan gold bud tea you are likely to taste. The heady combination of caramel, chocolate, and pu-erh-like earthiness floors me every time. Stockpile this tea; Yunnan Sourcing's prices...” Read full tasting note
This rare and beautiful tea can only be made from 2nd flush of spring tea (early April) taken from established plantation bushes in the Mojiang area of Simao. 2nd flush is used because the leaves and buds are bigger and hairier than early spring. The tea is carefully processed to keep its lovely appearance and guard its subtle sugarcane and malt flavors. This is an incredible and rare tea with an appearance and taste that will dazzle the drinker!Recommend using 85-90C water to brew this wonderful tea. Wash once briefly (5 seconds) and then drink the successive infusions. Keep infusion times very short initially!
Harvest Area: Mojiang Town, Simao Prefecture of Yunnan
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2 heaping tsp for 12 oz
The best Dian Hong I’ve ever had. Thanks to Doug F for turning me on to this. It has all the classic Dian Hong flavor that I’ve come to expect with zero astringency and a very smooth, rich mouthfeel. Love love love…
I might brew it a little stronger next time to see how that goes. It is so smooth, that I bet I could get even more flavor out of it without risking too much astringency or bitterness.