2017 Dian Hong Cha

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Bitter, Fruity, Spicy
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100 oz / 2957 ml

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  • “More atypical Hongcha – spicy and fruity without any great sweetness and without maltiness. Pleasantly bitter but slightly light. Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2017-dian-hong-cha-mc” Read full tasting note
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More atypical Hongcha – spicy and fruity without any great sweetness and without maltiness. Pleasantly bitter but slightly light.
Images and more at https://puerh.blog/teanotes/2017-dian-hong-cha-mc

Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Spicy

Preparation
8 tsp 100 OZ / 2957 ML
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I was just going to add a review related to a Moychay product and ran across this. Which part seems atypical, which aspect? I’m not critiquing the review; I’ve not even tried the tea. I’ve just tried a lot of Dian Hong that spans a broad range and I was wondering which part seemed unusual related to that. Spicy and fruity would sound normal, although some spice or fruit wouldn’t be, and bitterness (astringency?) isn’t normal. If the tea actually tasted bitter, like aspirin, or young sheng, that would seem really unusual, versus that referring to a mouth-feel aspect.

Alexander

No, the teas is not as bitter as a young sheng but for a hongcha the bitterness is unusual and most Dian Hongs I’ve tried were more or less malty, this one has nearly no maltiness to it (which I like).

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