Golden Monkey Black Tea

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Black Tea
Black Tea Leaves
Baked Bread, Dark Chocolate, Sweet Potatoes
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Origin: Shanghouyang Village, Songluo Township, Fu’an City, Fujian Province, China

Plucking: One bud with one or two leaves

Dry Tea:Lightly-curved leaves, twisted into tight thin strips with some golden tips interspersed

Aroma:Floral & fruity with notes of caramel

Liquor: Bright orange-yellow color

Taste:Sweet taste with hits of caramel and honey, mellow and soft cup revealing the undertones of sweet aftertaste, producing saliva in mouth.

Tree Bush: Fuyun No.6

This tea originates from the beautiful Fujian Province of China and is carefully crafted with plucking standard of one bud with one or two leaves. It uses Fuyun No.6 tea cultivar as raw material that features with sweet and mellow taste. Teavivre’s Golden Monkey Black Tea is not only offers a full-bodied aroma, but also tastes without any bitterness or astringency. Even on the first sip, you can still easily catch its pleasant sweetness, accompanied by a touch of honey and caramel. Overall, this is a real treat for black tea lovers and can be endured multiple infusions in a session. Given its remarkable sweet taste, we suggest you enjoy that and add nothing to this tea. However, you can also add sugar or milk to make a more wonderful cup based on your preference.

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I used a generous teaspoon to steep this cup and here’s what happened.

The scent of the steeped tea is mild sweet potato and dark chocolate. The steeped tea is smooth though the tea liquor is bit on the thin side. The flavours of the sips match the aroma.

Happily, the dark chocolate intensifies and the flavour of the liquor thickens as the tea cools. The sweet potato subsides a bit while a rich chocolate breadiness emerges.


Thank you, Angel, for the sample..

Flavors: Baked Bread, Dark Chocolate, Sweet Potatoes

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