Yi Mei Ren Wu Liang Mountain Yunnan Black Tea

A Black Tea from


83 / 100

Calculated from 7 Ratings
Tea type
Black Tea
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Ash, Black Currant, Blackberry, Cherry, Dark Chocolate, Flowers, Honey, Malt, Mint, Wood, Chocolate, Floral, Caramel, Orange Blossom
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Typical Preparation
Use 8 oz / 243 ml of water
Set water temperature to 205 °F / 96 °C
Steep for 1 min, 45 sec
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“This is the tea that confused the heck out of me. The 2018 harvest. It is showy: long twisted black leaves that smell of malt, dark chocolate, smoke and dark berries. Very few golden tips. I just...” Read full tasting note
“This is a good black tea to have when you want something different from the norm. It still has some familiar black tea notes, notably roasted nut and sweet potato; however, there is some funky...” Read full tasting note
“Thanks Christina for sending me a sample of this tea. This is the spring 2015 version. I thought based on the reviews and the initial dry tea smell that I would love this one but it has been weird...” Read full tasting note
“So, I am drinking the Autumn 2013 picking of this tea. I may have dulled my palate prior to drinking this by eating pizza drenched in habanero sauce, but I’m still really enjoying this tea! I...” Read full tasting note


“Yi Mei Ren” (彝美人) means literally Yi (Minority) Beauty. This tea is named “Yi Mei Ren” as its made from Wu Liang Mountain material, an area inhabited primarily by Yi Minority people and bears similarity to both and oolong and a black tea in its fragrance and taste.

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