Chinese Wuyi dahongpao Rock tea Middle fire Grade One

Chinese Wuyi dahongpao Rock tea Middle fire Grade One

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Description

Chinese Wuyi dahongpao Rock tea Middle fire Grade One

Middle fire da hong pao tea (cooked type) :the tea has medium flavor and aroma, tastes more mellow, tea glycerol tastes more durable,it is suitable for people who like to drink Pu’er taste, the elderly would be easier to accept.

Wuyi Rock tea:the tea is a traditional Chinese tea, is a kind of oolong tea with a rock rhyme (rock bone flowers) quality features. Produced in the Wuyi mountain in North Fujian “beautiful south-east” , the tea trees were growing in crack among. Wuyi Rock tea has a fragrance of green tea, the sweet taste of black tea , is Chinese oolong tea in Need. Wuyi Rock tea is semi-fermented green tea, its production method is between green tea and black tea. The most famous tea is the Wuyi Da Hong Pao tea.

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Additional information

Grade

Grade One

Shape

tight knot, more sturdy

Color

treasure color slightly and oily

Aroma

quiet strong

Taste

mellow, tastes sweet fast, has fragrance at bottom of the cup

Tea color

more clear, bright, dark orange

Tea leaves outlay

softer, red edge or with vermilion

Storage method

Dark,Seal,Anti-moisture,Anti-odor

Shelf Life

More than 36 months

Weight

50g, 100g, 250g, 500g

1 review for Chinese Wuyi dahongpao Rock tea Middle fire Grade One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Very nice. Burnt sugar and caramel flavors predominantly, with hints of peach, walnut, and maybe a touch of saltiness. This tea is pretty mellow, but the very slight touch of campfire/smoke lends it a bit of excitement. I did not find much astringency after a 3 minute steep, and no bitterness. In fact, if I had some more, I would give it a shot at 4 or 5 minutes. The campfire is mostly in the aroma, and it doesn’t really translate strongly into the cup. It is not anything like a smoky lapsang souchong.

    Tea was received as a free sample from AprTea Mall, in exchange for my writing a review. It was nice to find 8 different tea samples, about 50 grams total, in my mail yesterday. This is the first one I have sampled, and my first ever Dahongpao-style tea.

    Flavors: Burnt Sugar, Campfire, Caramel, Honey, Peach, Salt, Walnut

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