Dancong Hong Cha Bing (Single Bush Red Tea Cake)

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This black tea from the Wuyi Mountains is made from a single bush (dancong), generally saved for oolongs. This one is using the Honey Orchid varietal. Because it’s produced in the style of a black tea, it has inherited fruity characteristics from the oolong, while also carrying notes of cocoa, black cherries, barley malt.

This is the same Dancong Hong cha we’ve originally had on our website, just in small coin form. They are between 4-6g each.

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Grandpa Style!

The loose leaf tea version of this black tea was my favourite tea from Sierra’s advent this past winter so when I saw she was re-releasing it in coin form I was on board. It’s got such a lovely, rich body with almost equal parts more savory notes and darker fruits. Leather, exotic woods, red wine, and pomegranate molasses all overlaid with roasted and caramelized sweet potatoes. I think, because of the mini cake shape, I maaayyy even like it better. It’s so hard to argue with the convenience of coins; so much easier to travel with and way easier to store!

Tea Photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/CoIjXKuO_rW/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJKOOFpCOWU

Cameron B.

I hope she adds these to the website, I want to try them!

Roswell Strange

I think they will be eventually; the tea festival kind of wiped out a lot of her inventory.


I also checked the website for these coins and hope they make an appearance.

Cameron B.

I’m glad it was so successful for her! ❤

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