Golden Dragon Gold Medal Competition Jin Xuan Black Tea, Lot 488

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You may call him Golden Dragon if you wish but around here he goes by the name of Jin Long (which translates to Golden Dragon). He is the youngest sibling of the Chen family in this household, and a very enterprising and hard-working one and I guess we can now say with confidence that he is on to something with the black tea he produces! For the second year in a row, he has received high honours in the annual Mingjian Tea Framer’s Association Tea Competiton. Last year it was a second place overall with his High Mountain Competition Black Tea, Lot 347, this year he is given a Gold Medal which rewards the top 10% of the finalist teas. We are extremely proud and privileged to be able to showcase his work through this prize-winning competition tea and put a deserved spotlight on him while these very limited sealed and numbered boxes are available. This year’s winning tea is a new creation using High-Mountain Jin Xuan leaves. A sweet creamy texture and aroma of rolled oats greets the taster. The cereal notes are intertwined with exotic fruit (sweet persimmons, papaya) and mild wild honey sweetness that makes it quite refreshing. If you don’t like bitterness, this is the tea for you! The body is supple and suave but what surprises is the most pleasant long aftertaste that simply lures you to not stop drinking it! Needless to say, this exclusive tea is available in very limited quantity. Congratulations to Jin Long and congratulations to the very few who will have the pleasure of drinking this nectar!

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