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  • “This is a sample for review. 4g/ 70ml off boil short steeps Nice looking dry leaf. Smell chocolaty and bready. It’s like Jin Jun Mei on steroids. Leaf is bigger and brew is so much stronger even...” Read full tasting note

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Name: Red Tea | Sunset Red

Origin: Fujian Province, China

We call this tea Sunset Red, reflecting both its magnificent reddish-amber color and warm flavor.

Tasting Notes:
Chocolate, sweet, robust

This fine red tea is robust, sweet, and fresh. The aromas and flavors dance between soft buttery caramels and milk chocolate! Finishes with a beautiful floral taste which lingers a bit on the tongue. A smooth and tasty treat any time of day.

Brewing suggestions:
2g. of tea for teabook tumbler
Temp: High 195°F | 90°C (let cool 2 mins after boil)

Tea master notes:
Teapot: 2 g. of tea | 3 oz. water
Altitude: 1,000 m | ~2,625 ft
Fermentation: 85%

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This is a sample for review.

4g/ 70ml off boil short steeps

Nice looking dry leaf. Smell chocolaty and bready. It’s like Jin Jun Mei on steroids. Leaf is bigger and brew is so much stronger even with very short steeps.
It was an interesting session. It didn’t work with my usual hongcha parameters but when I transferred to a big gaiwan it was nice and chocolaty. I agree with Teabook this tea is good grandpa style.

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Yang-chu

Nice shots!

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