Pure Black Tea/Ji Hong Men

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Ji Hong Men

The best Black Tea in the market. Superior taste and aroma. One can drink at any time and even during meals. Unlike with most Chinese Teas, people will often add sugar and milk. It is also known as Red Tea (hong cha).

This tea brews to a reddish-brown colour with an exquisite rich soothing taste and aroma. An Hui region

Pack size: 50g

Servings: 50 cups or more. Full instructions on how to prepare the perfect cup of tea inside each box

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6768 tasting notes

I just received this today from the UK!

At first I thought…oh…ANOTHER "Pure Black Tea’…BUT…this is NOT your average tasting black tea! This is fantastic! The taste is so full and so bold! WOW! I’m truly amazed! It infused pretty dark and smells almost ‘baked’. The taste is a magnified black – not a bitter black but a cakey, bakey, chewy type black!



LOL, I misread the end of the title line as “Men in Nature” and thought it was some sort of male bonding tea.

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4843 tasting notes

In honor of today’s published review, I decided to enjoy a cup of this. You can check out the review here:


This is really good. Rich & delicious. Nice burnt-sugar caramel-y note, along with a delicious baked-bread kind of taste with a nice level of malt. Toothsome! I love this.


LOVE this!!!!

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911 tasting notes

Mmm. Smells bready and chewy and I just wanna gnaw on it a little bit. Even though this is a Chinese tea, it smells like a super-tasty Assam. Then, once it is fully brewed, a bold and rich Tiger-like Yunnan. And the taste? It somehow manages to be both! Chewy and nom-worth Assam on the front, smooth and sweet Yunnan on the back – it’s like the mullet of teas! If this had a little smoke and cocoa thrown into the mix, it’s be the slightly less developed twinsie of the fantastic Tan Yang Te Ji from TeaSpring. This one falls short of that high standard but it’s still a pretty darn good tea. Thanks to TeaEqualsBliss for this tasty number!

Okay, must add that as it cools, it’s getting insanely thick feeling with a strong fig-like note of sweetness. It almost makes me think I’m sipping on syrup. In a good but crazy-rich way.

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So glad you like this! :)


I do! It’s super-tasty! Thanks for sharing it with me!


(And apparently it makes me really like exclamation points!)


That sounds goooood.

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