Wuyi Dahongpao Rock Tea Low Fire Grade One

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Bitter, Campfire, Floral, Grass, Mineral, Roasted, Sweet
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Caffeine
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Chinese Wuyi dahongpao Rock tea Low fire Grade One

Low fire da hong pao tea: the tea taste is lightly, the aroma is heavy. The taste is fresh, is popular by many women who like Light fragrance, if you like to drink Tieguanyin tea, you are more likely to accept it.

Wuyi Rock tea:Wuyi Rock tea is a traditional Chinese tea, is a kind of oolong tea with a rock rhyme (rock bone flowers) quality features. Produced in the Wuyi mountain in North Fujian “beautiful south-east” , the tea trees were growing in crack among. Wuyi Rock tea has a fragrance of green tea, the sweet taste of black tea , is Chinese oolong tea in Need. Wuyi Rock tea is semi-fermented green tea, its production method is between green tea and black tea. The most famous tea is the Wuyi Da Hong Pao tea.

Grade
Grade One

Shape
tight knot, more sturdy

Color
treasure color slightly and oily

Aroma
strong

Taste
mellow, tastes sweet fast, has fragrance at bottom of the cup

Tea color
more clear, bright, dark orange

Tea leaves outlay
softer, red edge or with vermilion

Storage method
Dark,Seal,Anti-moisture,Anti-odor

Shelf Life
More than 36 months

Weight
50g, 100g, 250g, 500g

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I got it as a free sample among with several others from AprTea which is really appreciated. Da Hong Paos are probably my favorite oolong so I have high expectations when I meet a new Da Hong and this tea while not wowing me totally met them.

This tea has all of the necessary flavor components: roast, mineral, a touch of bitterness, some grass, and a coda of floral sweetness. A nice and long aftertaste is present. Finally, this Da Hong Pao is very pleasant for enjoying its smell from the cup in front of you: it is strong and balanced.

And this is the strongest quality of this tea: while not especially complex it is very well balanced in both taste and aroma, with all of its components coming seamlessly together. Now about the negatives: not the most complex (which, by the way, it does not pretend to be that since this tea is openly marked as a basic Da Hong Pao), the taste does not last for many infusions with the regrettable astringency appearing fairly soon.

While not likely to become one of the all-time favorites this tea can successfully perform the role of a daily Da Hong Pao for a budget-minded tea drinker.

Flavors: Bitter, Campfire, Floral, Grass, Mineral, Roasted, Sweet

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