Golden Yunnan

A Black Tea from


78 / 100

Calculated from 31 Ratings
Tea type
Black Tea
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Bitter, Tobacco, Honey, Caramel, Earth, Flowers
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Typical Preparation
Use 118 oz / 3489 ml of water
Set water temperature to Boiling
Steep for 2 min, 45 sec
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“Welcome to Day 2 of little terri’s Sipdown Extravaganza! This is my first sipdown of the day, sipdown # 6 overall. Of course, it’s also from the Steepster Select collection. I had originally...” Read full tasting note
“Reviewing my first tea from Steepster Select! This is an intense, full bodied Yunnan, for sure. Although it is aggressive with its pipe tobacco earthiness, it has enough sweetness to balance it out...” Read full tasting note
“Not sure why but I’m all about black tea today. Perhaps I oolonged (which is definitely a verb, because I said so) too much a few days ago, although the Passion Fruit Wulong is also calling my...” Read full tasting note
“Somehow I was lucky enough to score a free Steepster box! I’m very grateful, as I can’t afford this kind of thing right now. Thank you Steepster! I think I said a couple times “this is the best...” Read full tasting note


This black tea is made in southern China, and consists of tender buds and leaves from a large leaf variety. When oxidized, these silky buds turn a beautiful golden color and yield a smooth, caramel and woody flavor, with notes of mint. The scent of tobacco and eucalyptus lasts through multiple infusions.

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