2019 Da Hong Pao Wild Big Red Robe

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These precious leaves are harvested from the wild, where tea bushes are planted sporadically out in the jungle, unpruned, untouched until harvest. They were left to grow naturally as nature intended. The intensity of wild tea is unparallel compared to garden teas that are manicured by the human, even organic teas cannot measure to the purity of wild grown teas.

Medium roast, just the right amount to bring out the warm roastiness, mineral, wood, malty. A carefully made Da Hong Pao.

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I had an absolutely incredible tea experience today. I recently found out that Imen, who owns and runs Tea Habitat, offers private tastings in the Los Angeles area. Imen is considered the foremost authority on Dan Congs outside of China. We talked for 2 hours about tea, and tasted 6 different varieties- 2 blacks, a pu’er, a Wuyi oolong, and 2 Dan Cong oolongs. I ended up purchasing this one and a black that we tried. The tasting itself was only $25, and considering the quality of the tea, and the time she spent with me, an absolute steal. I got to enjoy a nice dim sum lunch at one of the most popular dim sum spots in LA, so it was a nice afternoon.
As for this tea, I was surprised by how much I loved it, as I thought I would prefer the Dan Congs we tried. But, this was incredible. It has a rich, spiced wood flavor that I could not get enough of.

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