Each sector has one brew. There is a hieroglyph on the front of each part, that is, Dahunpao.
Weight per package: 100 grams
Type: strong maturity
Taste: dense, rich, yet soft, sweet aftertaste
Aroma: deep and sweet, with vanilla notes
Color: chestnut, greenish
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Da Hong Pao – 大紅袍
We offer well-roasted Dahunpao briquettes. It weighs exactly 100 grams and is divided into 9 sectors. Each sector for one “brew”. There is a hieroglyphs on the front of each sector – Da Hong Pao. The road is of excellent quality. This luxurious taste is now available and ready to surprise you. You can catch chocolate candy notes, flowers or fruit aromas. It dissolves in the mouth and then comes again and again.
Collect it once a year, early May. Demand is several times higher than supply. Part of the tea sent directly to the President of China and the rest is sold at auctions for big money. Of course, they also took care of us, small sprouts were taken from their trees to make modern Dahunpao, divine and unattainable for ordinary tea lovers. To make this legendary tea, boil water and let it cool down to 90 degrees. After you wake up, pour over hot water. Wait a few seconds and pour out. Ready! Enjoy!
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– Helping strengthen teeth and prevent tooth decay.
– Skin Benefits
– Preventing Heart Disease & Cancer
– Benefits on Diabetes Patients
– Prolonging and improving vitality and life span.
– Helping in relieving physical and mental stress as well.
– Beneficial for treating skin problems such as eczema and rashes.
– It helps improve brain power.
– Benefits for lowering blood sugar levels.
– Reducing high blood pressure.
Put the hot water into the cup with the tea, stirring the tea will make the tea flavor come out faster, stir about 20 – 30 seconds for the first cup, strain it out.
Later if you want more tea, put more water back in the cup, steep for another 30 – 50 seconds, then strain it. This amount of tea leaves will make 3 – 4 cups of tea.
Try to keep infusion time to 10 – 20 seconds. Don’t worry if the tea isn’t very strong – it’s not supposed to be, at least not at the beginning. After 2 – 3 brews, the leaves will wake up and start yielding a darker, stronger brown beverage. That’s when you should keep steeping time just under 20 seconds, or the tea might develop bitter notes. After another 3 – 4 brews, as the potency of the tea decreases, feel free to gradually increase the length of infusion to maintain the desired level of strength
Weight per package: 50 grams Type: strong maturity Taste: dense, rich, yet soft, sweet aftertaste Aroma: deep and sweet, with vanilla notes Color: chestnut, greenish
This tea production volumes are limited, so the tea is not widespread in China or the rest of the world.
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Species: Dark Oolong
Taste: strong, sweet
Aroma: apples, cinnamon, resin, nuts, tree.
Color: Bronze Brown
Weight per package: 50 grams Type: half fermented Taste: rich, refreshing, slightly sweet, slightly cold notes Aroma: A floral aroma, with straight lines Color: light green, pink
In the final stage of processing, the tea is roasted on firewood at high temperature. When it is frying, its color turns from green to black.
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Taste: Sweet tooth, durable strength
Aroma: spices, black pepper />
Package: 5pcs * 10gr Origin: Fujian Species: Oolong Secondary fermentation Aroma: gentle, light, floral notes Taste: thin, pleasant, with a later sweet aftertaste Color: clear, light yellow