Chocolate Flower Peach 2022 Daxhueshan Black Tea

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The name says it all with this tea. Initially exhibiting a malt-chocolate quality typical Dianhong, this tea develops its floral side in subsequent infusions, alongside a slight peach-like sweetness.

This tea comes from the same Daxhushan region bushes as the previous year, which see minimal human interference outside of picking. In many cases this could be labelled “wild”, but that’s a bit of a misnomer. The tea is more “left to grow” by our labelling standards.

Please note that the 250g size does not include a tin.

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Enjoyed this session with the one piece of teaware I ended up bringing home from World Tea Expo this week; I couldn’t resist the rich teal colour contrasted with the intricate red and orange dragon motif. Not only is it all my favourite colours rolled up into one teacup, but it’s perfect for the Year of The Dragon as well…

This Dianhong is also extremely lovely. All the namesake flavours are reflected in the taste profile, though perhaps the floral notes the least. Each sip starts with a warm, rich flavour of malty dark chocolate, toffee, and rye bread before finishing with a bouquet of ripe stonefruits and guava. I found the tender flavour of peach and the sweet tropicals were what lingered the most, with the flavour gently blanketing my palate long after each swallow. The beauty behind the combination of chocolate and guava is a pretty recent discovery for me, so seeing those tasting notes pop up naturally within this tea was very interesting to me!

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Reading the name of this tea always makes me want to do a big Bitterleaf order!

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