Feng Jia Qu Jiang Bao Pian Thin Slice * Hunan Anhua Black Tea 200g w/t Tin

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Size: 6.25g/slice, 200g/Tin.

Feng Jia Qu Jiang Bao Pian is the ancestor of black tea, which is a tribute tea in the Tang Dynasty. Feng Jia Qu Jiang Bao Pian Thin Slice won China Tea Gold Camel Award, and it is Expo MILANO 2015 Tea.

Qu Jiang Bao Pian originated from the Fengjia Mountain in Xinhua, Hunan Province. The climatic conditions of the place were special. There were verses of “clouds and dark rains are suspected to be nights, and mountains are cold and don’t know Spring.” It shows that there are often high-altitude sunny places, clouds in the mountains, low-altitude and fine rain, and a special scene of dull interior. The mountains high, the woods thick, the rain heavy, and the springs clear. The lack of ecological conditions, coupled with fertile soil and rich humus, is a getaway paradise for tea tree growth.

Shape: The shape of Qu Jiang Bao Pian tea is the shape of a bronze coin.
Taste: The aroma is wonderful and long-lasting, the taste is mellow and concentrated, and the tea liqour is bright orange.
Brewed tea leaves: even, warm and jade, and the color is tender yellow

Production date: in 2019

Using boiling water to brewing a slice, brew 4 brewings per slice.
Put the tea into teapot, add boiling water, fill teapot and let water stay for a few seconds before pouring it out. Use the water to wash the teacups too. Then, fill teapot with boiling water again until more than 4 brewings, you can enjoy the tea.

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