Yunnan Gong Fu

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From Asha Tea House

Lincang, Yunnan Province, China

The Yunnan province in China is famous for robust black teas, and this one is no exception. The flavor is full-bodied, woody, and slightly smoky. Gong fu makes a perfect breakfast tea.

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I picked this up from the new Asha Tea House in San Francisco, which is just a short walk from my office downtown. So far I’ve had their houjicha latte and lemon jasmine iced green tea to go, both were really good.

I decided to pick some of this up today because yunnan blacks are definitely a favorite of mine and it couldn’t hurt to have another breakfast tea. I steeped it for 2 minutes with boiling water per package directions and am drinking it plain.

This is a nice, rich black tea that doesn’t have much bitterness at all. I am getting chocolate plus a bit of tobacco aroma & flavor. I don’t normally sweeten my tea but I ended up putting a small amount of sugar in this, and that brought out even more chocolate-y and roasted notes. A very good everyday drinker, for the morning or anytime. Happy with this purchase!

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One of my faves. I like a lot of milk with my tea and I love that this one is strong enough to hold up to that well.


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