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For the purpose of letting more people know about this particular series of Black tea that we have carefully picked, TeaVivre now provide a special assortment in lower price. The sample bag includes five kinds of Black tea, 14g (7g * 2) for each kind.
- Original Place: Qi men County, Anhui
- Appearance: black, tightly twisted tea leaves interweave with tight and straight tips
- Flavor: smells of naturally sweet and a flower aroma, smooth and fresh. It also produces a rich flavor with the subtle undertones of delicately aged tea.
- Tea Liquid: reddish in color; at the surface of tea water a golden loop appears along the circle of inner side of tea cup.
Keemum Mao Feng, one special variety of Keemun black tea origins from Qi Men County in Anhui province of China, has famous reputation for its peculiar aroma and shape. It has also been made widely familiar as one of the four world’s best black tea. It is carefully processed so that the shape of the tea leaves resemble that of the Mao Feng Green Tea. This is why it got the name “Keemum Mao Feng“.
- Origin Place: Xiaowan & Pinghe, Fengqing County, Yunnan
- Dry Tea: tight and wiry with plenty tips, even shape, dark and smooth.
- Tea Liquid: bright in orange yellow color.
- Flavor: strong floral fragrance, tastes mellow, rich and full with strong sweet aftertaste.
- Tea Leaf: after brewed, the tea leaf is complete and glossy.
Wild tea trees are often used for making pu-erh tea and black tea. For making black tea, the result product can have a very distinct combined feature of Yunnan’s black tea and Yunnan’s pu-erh. Just as the name indicates, this black tea is made of the leaves from ancient wild tea tree. Being processed in the traditional way of crafting Dian Hong tea, this wild tree black tea has been given a unique charm of being bold but delicate.
- Grown at Tanyang Village (坦洋村) in Fu’an, Fujian, China
- Dry tea leaves are covered with golden pekoe, bright and glossy
- Bright red and clean tea liquor when brewed
- It presents slight aroma of sweet potato when brewed; tastes smooth and mellow with sweet aftertaste.
Being the first one among Fujian’s three best Gong Fu Black Teas (Bai Lin Gong Fu, Zheng He Gong Fu, Tan Yang Gong Fu), Tan Yang Gong Fu Black Tea has tight and thin leaves, looks glossy, which could be seen from TeaVivre’s product photo. When looking at this tea, the golden pekoe is particularly eye-catching, strongly connected to its high quality. Under the effect of photosynthesis, fresh buds contain the largest amount of beneficial substances than other parts. Moreover, the traditional making method of black tea has retained the nutrition in the most volume.
- Handmade in Fengqing county, Yunnan
- Completely orange pekoe colored buds
- A bright orange-red coloured tea
- A rich, complex but smooth and fresh taste
Dian Hong black tea, also known as Yunnan black tea, is one of China's most famous black teas. This is the highest grade Dian Hong generally available in China – called Golden Tip Dian Hong. It has lots of orange pekoe in the dried tea, and brews into an absolutely great tasting, golden coloured tea, with very rich taste and aroma.
- Produced in Mt. Huangshan(黄山) in Anhui Province, China
- Pure tea bud and leaves
- Tight and thin shape of dry tea leaves, which has Keemun fragrance, a unique fruity flavor mixed with fragrance of sweet potatoes and flower.
- When brewed, it has orange red, bright color. It tastes sweet, fruity and floral flavor; smooth and mellow taste in mouth. Aftertaste acts quickly and lasts long.
Keemun Fragrant Black tea only use spring tea leaves as material, in the form of one bud and two leaves. Making process of this tea will take 8 – 9 hours, including lightly sun withering, rolling, fermentation, drying, and manual kneading. The dry leaves are tight and thin. Keemun Fragrant Black tea is fully fermented, presenting a color of coppery red, and revealing abundant golden buds. The unique Keemun fragrance and fruity floral flavor makes the tea suitable for either brewing with Gaiwan or drinking with milk.
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Commonly asked questions
- Q: How much is in a sample? Like, is it only good for one cup? Posted on 12/6/16 by Eve
Reply: The sample assortment includes five kinds of black tea, 14g (7g * 2) for each kind. Generally, whole tea leaves can often be re-steeped, please check the following guidelines for your reference:
Western Method: it can be steeped at least 2 times and if you are using a mesh strainer, please take it out and sit it on a saucer or other thing.
Gaiwan method: at least 4-6 times resteeping. When using Gaiwan, you can just just pour out all of the tea into a separate drinking vessel after each steep, then simply add water for the next steep.
If you keep getting an enjoyable flavor out of the leaves, repeat until the flavor starts to fade.