Yunnan Dian Hong 58 Classic Black

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Apricot, Fig, Fruity, Mineral, Baked Bread, Dried Fruit, Honey, Malt, Raisins
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “CarmeronB sent this one my way so that i could try it. I’m having a hard time describing this one today…it reminds me of chai…but not all cloves and whatever…but something about this makes me...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Whoa, the leaves are HUGE, I thought it was an oolong at first glance. The leaves are long and dark chocolate brown in colour. I kinda eyeballed the measurements and used up half the sample and...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is the last black tea for me to try from my Han Xiang Ecological Tea samples (I still have one green that they added as a freebie). Honestly, I wasn’t too excited for this one because I...” Read full tasting note
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From Han Xiang Ecological Tea

Name: Dianhong
Brand: Dianhong
Production process: Yunnan black tea
Type: Loose tea
Production date: see packaging
Specifications: 8g / 2Bag = 16g
Publisher: Yunnan Dian Hong Tea Group
Packaging: Bag
Shelf life: 36 months or more
Appreciation of premium tea, selected from Yunnan’s famous ancient Jingmai Dasan, high-quality selection of no pollution type large-leafed trees alpine ecosystems tea.
[Effect] of goods lipid-lowering diet, lipid-lowering, antihypertensive, anti-atherogenic, anti-cancer, anti-cancer, Glister mouthpiece, Huwei, stomach,
Anti-aging, anti-radiation, sober, beauty

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CarmeronB sent this one my way so that i could try it. I’m having a hard time describing this one today…it reminds me of chai…but not all cloves and whatever…but something about this makes me think of warm comforting chai with a splash of honey, steeped in milk, simmering on the stovetop. It’s not an overly bold, strong tea but it is delicious. I quite like this one as well. thanks cameron!

Dexter

I find it interesting that this reminds you of chai. Need to wishlist this for further perusal. I do have a Yunnan Dian HOng 58 from Whispering Pines, wondering if it would be similar….

Sil

i have no idea why…i was just getting that sort of “echo” of chai feeling while drinking it…was weird lol

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Whoa, the leaves are HUGE, I thought it was an oolong at first glance. The leaves are long and dark chocolate brown in colour. I kinda eyeballed the measurements and used up half the sample and less water than I normally would, maybe about 6 oz.

Lightly malty with a lot raisin notes and honey. I thought I picked up on some grains, I guess that might be the bread notes coming through. It’s sweet and fruity, but I mostly taste raisins.

Tasty tea for a miserable rainy day. While good, perhaps not something I would feel the need to keep in my cupboard, but I certainly wouldn’t turn a cup away. Sample came my way from the generous Cameron B. Thank You!

gmathis

Hope your day un-miserable’d itself!

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This is the last black tea for me to try from my Han Xiang Ecological Tea samples (I still have one green that they added as a freebie). Honestly, I wasn’t too excited for this one because I haven’t been impressed with similar teas that I’ve had from other companies in the past. But I still ordered a sample of it because YUNNAN. The leaves are long and thin and quite straight, they remind me of black pine needles or twigs. The dry scent is just kind of vaguely sweet and somewhat malty. I steeped about 2 teaspoons (eyeballed, these are impossible to measure) for 3 minutes at 200 degrees.

Strangely, I had a really hard time getting any aroma out of this one. As I was telling the people in Steepster chat, I just kind of hovered over it with my nose in the cup for 5 minutes, looking like a moron. I did get some fruitiness with honey and a bit of malt. Wow, the flavor of this one shocked me! It’s very different from the other versions of this tea that I’ve had. It’s extremely fruity in taste, in a rich dried fruit sense. The main ones I can pick out are dried figs and raisins, yum… There’s also a large dollop of honey flavor that is especially apparent near the end. And lastly, there’s a mild bready note along with some malt.

I really love this one! It’s fruity like an Ai Lao black but without the floral notes! :)

Flavors: Baked Bread, Dried Fruit, Fig, Honey, Malt, Raisins

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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