Bai Lin Ju Hong

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84 / 100

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Tea type
Black Tea
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Set water temperature to 205 °F / 96 °C
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5 Tasting Notes View all

“I’ve reached a decision regarding this tea. I have decided that it is one of those that must live in my cupboard at all times, like Lapsang and Tan Yang. Sometimes I wonder if I ought to make an...” Read full tasting note
“I am officially withdrawing from The Final Sipdown. I’m pretty much at the point that any teas I have left are gianormous and unless I start bathing in it, I won’t be able to finish off one tea a...” Read full tasting note

Description

Bai Lin black tea is one of Fu Jian province’s three famous Gongfu teas (the two others are Zheng He and Tan Yang). This is also one of the oldest black teas in the world and one of the earliest teas to be exported to foreign countries. Ju Hong means Tangerine Red – so called because of its amber orange infusion and also the tea has a hint of dried tangerine flavor.

Other names:
Tangerine Red Congou, Bai Lin Ju Hong Gongfu, Bai Lin Ju Hong Congou

Taste:
Very smooth tea with a hint of of dried tangerine peel flavor and aroma. It gives a sweet aftertaste after a few cups. This tea blends very well with sweetened milk for added flavor and extra smoothness.

Appearance:
Bai Lin Ju Hong tea is made up of spring-picked tea leaves and buds. Golden-black in color.

Origin:
Fu Ding, Fujian Province

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