Organic Wild Ancient Tree Dian Hong

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Berries, Caramel, Cocoa, Dark Chocolate, Lychee, Smooth, Sweet, Thick
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 3 g 7 oz / 207 ml

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From Berylleb King Tea

Dian Hong Gongfu, it belongs to the large-leaf Gongfu black tea and is mainly produced in Fengqing, boasting the highest quality (Lincang, Shuangjian and Menghai in Yunnan). The large-leaf tea plants are rich in polyphenol content. Theaflavins and thearubigins contents are high during processing. The quantity of lixiviated substances is also large after brewing. Dian Hong Gongfu black tea has compact leaves and smooth buds. It brown and lustrous with golden fuzz. The fragrance is fresh. The liquid is bright golden red with an outer golden ring. It has a strong and astringent taste. The brewed leaves are thick and bright.

The tea is made from wild ancient tree leaves, the liquid is bright golden red with honey flavor, and the taste is very mellow with comfortable sweet.

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114 tasting notes

I got a free sample of this along with my recent oolong order. The dry leaf has a really intriguing aroma, but I can’t get it into the cup. I can tell there’s a good tea in there somewhere, but I haven’t tasted it yet. I’ll rate it if I can ever get it right.

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Thank heavens I got a sample with my order because I missed it. This remains as one of my favorite blacks, and I am happy to sip it down.

Daylon R Thomas

Did you read the other notes? They are more specific. It has a very strong berry-dark chocolate type of profile for a black tea.

JakeB

I just got mine in the mail—thanks! Underleafed it a bit, but will give it a try again with more leaf on Monday. I swear getting tea in the mail is one of the best feelings.

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790 tasting notes

I get a mild malt with tanginess from this and a bit of honey. There isn’t anything that makes me say “Ooo, have to have this over similar Yunnan Sourcing teas” though the price is certainly right. It is close to some honey blacks, but the mouth feel afterward is much more drying than those have been for me and not as much honey sensation.

I hope I got this entered correctly and not in duplicate. There are so many names for this company. I searched through all of them I could find and didn’t see this listed.

This is my first tea from Berylleb. And honestly, their name makes me smile every time I see it. I want to pronounce it Bellyreb and that makes me think of a good ol’ boy in overalls with a round pot belly. Not the most PC of associations, I grant you. But the picture of that drinking tea from a China cups tickles me.

I am glad to have tried this. It was a pleasant morning cup. Thanks again, Liquid Proust!

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