Golden Yunnan

A Black Tea from

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82 / 100

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Tea type
Black Tea
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Typical Preparation
Use 18 oz / 534 ml of water
Set water temperature to Boiling
Steep for 3 min, 30 sec
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34 Tasting Notes View all

“I went to the grocery store to buy some oatmeal. Next to it I saw grits. I haven’t had grits in years (my wife can’t stand them). On closer inspection it is an instant variety pack. One of the...” Read full tasting note
“This is actually my second time drinking this, but apparently either I didn’t post here or Steepster ate it. Who knows. So I was having a bad-ish day. Work was alrightish. Nothing major except I...” Read full tasting note
“Tea & Cards TTB I purposely overleafed this tea because Marzipan reviewed it as bland. I think it helped because I got quite a bit of flavor out of the tea. It’s very malty. Pretty tasty. ...” Read full tasting note
“This was one of my surprise samples from K S and it was also a BIG surprise tea! Our first tea during our tea time was Bailin Gongfu, and how can anything compete with that? But this did, oh yes,...” Read full tasting note

Description

If you’re looking for a tea to replace that nagging craving for something sweet, then you’ll definitely want to consider the delicious decadence of the Golden Yunnan black tea. The flavor of this tea has been noted as reminiscent of truffles and conveys notes of cocoa for a truly gratifying treat. This strong swirling of malty and cream flavors come together for a smoky yet sweet infusion that contrives a lust-worthy taste that you can use to calm that dessert hankering. Yunnan province in China, where this tea comes from, is known to be one of the largest tea-producing areas in the world. Even if black tea has not been cultivated in Yunnan for very long, some the the best black teas in the world are found here.

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