This unique and organic Wild Black Tea is harvested from ancient trees located at the primeval forests deep within the Feng Qing range. Instead of processing using the modern black tea methodology, the ancient method of sun-drying was adopted. Creating a tea that exhibits a gentle sweet aroma along with a fresh and full-bodied taste. The amino acids and the polyphenols are retained with the help of the ancient sun drying methodology.
Dry Leaf: Fermented fruity (plum) sweetness, woodness
Liquor Aroma: light fruity aroma and hints of drying foliage
Flavor:sweet roasted fruit, hints of wood
Mouthfeel: Crisp and Silky with hints of hay. a sublime, complex combination of silkiness and crispiness accompany the long lingering, mouthwatering, fruity plum flavorsa sublime, complex combination of silkiness and crispiness accompany the long lingering, mouthwatering, fruity plum flavors
Wild Old Tree Black Tea: 3-5 grams
Water: 150 milliliters (boiling water)
Prepare Tea Utensils: Use a purple clay pot, glass teapot,Gaiwan, or glass cup.
Rinse Tea Utensils: Pour boiling water into the tea utensil, swirl it around, and quickly discard to preheat the vessel and clean the tea leaves.
Add Tea Leaves: Place 3-5 grams of Wild Old Tree Black Tea into the pot or Gaiwan.
Pour Boiling Water: Brew the tea leaves with boiling water, ensuring the water temperature is above 95°C.
First Infusion Without Rinsing: There is no need to rinse the tea leaves for the first infusion. Pour in boiling water, and the steeping time can be adjusted based on personal taste, usually recommended for 25-30 seconds.
Pour Tea: After an appropriate time, pour the tea liquor into a teacup.
Taste: Enjoy the unique taste and rich aroma of Wild Old Tree Black Tea.
Additionally, this red tea is suitable for cold brewing or adding ice cubes to make iced tea, providing more ways to experience its distinctive flavor. Brewing time and tea leaf quantity can be adjusted according to personal preferences.
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