Sabertooth 2015 Spring Feng Qing Ancient Tree Dian Hong Black Tea

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Tea type
Black Tea
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Cocoa, Dark Chocolate, Dark Wood, Grapes, Malt, Marshmallow, Smooth, Chocolate, Creamy, Sweet
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Typical Preparation
Use 8 oz / 242 ml of water
Set water temperature to 205 °F / 96 °C
Use 7 g of tea
Steep for 1 min, 30 sec
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“Now, I’ve had a lot of black tea since I got into tea, and never before have I seen such beautiful perfect looking leaves. They’re all like an inch and a half long, fat and twisty, matte black with...” Read full tasting note
“I haven’t had hongcha in awhile, so I pulled this out. The dry leaf is long fuzzy gold and black tendrils with a smooth light milk cocoa aroma. I take another inhale to grasp at salted caramel and...” Read full tasting note
“Trying to get this one out of my tea cabinet. Not because it is bad but because the tin, while extravagant and lovely, is quite large and there isn’t a whole lot left in it (like two teapots...” Read full tasting note
“The struggle of a nocturnal person living in a diurnal world is real, especially with Ben’s new work schedule! He gets up right when I am going to bed, and with him being such a light sleeper I...” Read full tasting note


This premium quality Sabertooth Dian Hong black tea is made from ancient tree material (300+ years) and one of the best Dian Hongs, let alone black teas we’ve tasted. With a smooth, sweet taste and a malty-chocolate finish, this is a luxurious tea that needs to be savoured. It’s also excellent for cold brewing with either fresh or partially used leaves.

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