Vietnam 'Wild Boar' Black Tea

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Black Tea
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Typical Preparation
Use 7 oz / 212 ml of water
Set water temperature to 205 °F / 96 °C
Use 4 g of tea
Steep for 2 min, 15 sec
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“I’ve never had a tea from Vietnam so I thought this would be fun to try. Black tea is my favorite and I found this one to be enjoyable, although you do have to watch you me steep time as it can get...” Read full tasting note
“[Spring 2018 harvest] I found derk’s review of this tea match my experience very accurately, so I will be fairly brief. This tea is nice and all, but it didn’t really strike me as exceptional in...” Read full tasting note
“Rejoice! First day of the rainy season! Let there be oil-slicked roads and accidents, landslides, lakes on 101 that span 3 lanes and potholes lurking underneath that eat cars for breakfast. Wash...” Read full tasting note
“eastkyteaguy’s endorsement of gongfu-ing this tea gave me the encouragement to give it a try with the last of my sample. I enjoyed the different experience I got from gongfu vs western here, but I...” Read full tasting note


A brilliant wild growing black tea with a rich taste of chocolate and malt.
The wild growing tea leaves are picked by local hill tribes who bring the leaves into town where they are processed. The tea is named after the wild boar which roam the area.

All our Vietnamese teas have been sourced by Geoff Hopkins of Hatvala, who regularly travels Vietnam in search of the best teas, all of which are sourced direct from the tea producers.
It is Hatvala’s mission to raise awareness of the high quality Vietnamese teas which are often overlooked on the world market and it my pleasure to assist by making Hatvala’s full range of Vietnamese teas available on What-Cha.

Tasting Notes:
- Smooth texture
- Rich taste
- Taste of chocolate and malt

Origin: Nui Giang, Yen Bai Province, Vietnam

Tea Trees: Wild growing with an age between 200-800 years old

Tea Varietal: Camellia Sinensis var. Assamica

Altitude: 1400m+

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