Bi Luo Chun Pure Gold Hong Cha

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Brown Sugar, Malt, Meat, Smoke, Wood
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Loose Leaf
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  • “The coiled dry leaves are very pretty and incredibly soft, like curls of fur, and would be a very visually impressive tea to serve to a visitor. Wet leaves smell like a barbecue, preparing me for a...” Read full tasting note

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This particular tea is from Feng Qing, is an imperial bud pluck, and is processed to a hong cha, or black tea. The shape of the tea makes for a beautiful visual spectacle during infusion as the leaves open up in the “agony of the tea leaves”. Add the tea to the water instead of the other way around to really get the full effect.

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The coiled dry leaves are very pretty and incredibly soft, like curls of fur, and would be a very visually impressive tea to serve to a visitor. Wet leaves smell like a barbecue, preparing me for a strong-flavored tea. The taste is similar, savory and smoky with a slight aftertaste of sweetness, like a good beef jerky. This tea could stand up to a meal accompaniment, I’m tempted to try it as an after-dinner dessert alongside grilled pineapple. A nice but not overwhelming pick-me-up, but could be too smoky for those who prefer more delicate black teas.

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Malt, Meat, Smoke, Wood

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