Black Tea Dragon Boat Tea Festival Zongzi Tea

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Black Tea
Ingredients
Bamboo Leaves, Black Tea
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From Morima Tea

Chinese: hóng chá duān wǔ jié zòng zi chá (红茶端午节粽子茶)

Translation: Black Tea Dragon Boat Festival Zongzi Tea

Type: Black Tea

Cultivar: Black Tea

Origin: Fujian, China

Harvest date: 2018/06/01

Weight: 6±1g/piece

Storage Methods: Sealing、Moistureproof、Avoid light

Shelf life: More than 10 years

Tea Master: Jiang Xueqing

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I was excited to try this one because it seemed like a heartier version of a tea bag via bamboo leaf. The flavor was more than I anticipated. The bamboo was a little overwhelming, and there were some nice charcoal accents, but the texture of the tea resembled a darker tea, maybe a shou, than the usual black tea. I did get some sweet potato and savory notes amidst a whole lot of malt, but it just tasted off and musty. I was only able to do about three cups in very short western steeps of 2 min, 3 min, 5 min and was not a fan. Someone more accustomed to this style of tea might know what they are doing.

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