Gu Shu Dian Hong - Black Tea, China

Highest grade black tea from 100-300 year old trees growing wild in the high altitude mountains of Yunnan.
It gives you a very pleasant, stable energy and body feeling, typical for tea from old trees, but this one is noticibly noble from the moment you open the package.
The mouthfeel is smooth, sweet, clean and together with the attractive floral and fruity flavours it lasts throughout several steepings. Harvested in 2020, a strong, very deep and very pleasant tea.

Flavour profile: juicy ripe lychee peel, sweet, fruity, floral, full, strong, grounding


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location: Fengqing, Lincang, Yunnan, China
altitude: 2200m
cultivar: Camellia Taliensis (large leaf varietal, wild tea)
harvest: April 2020
brewing method: 100°c/6g/200ml/45s – 15s – 30s +
or 100°c/8g/450ml/3min

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Black Tea

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