I’m a sucker for Yunnan Black (Dian Hong), and I really like this offering from Jing. Long leaves and very light golden tips I tend to associate with a lot of natural sweetness. It doesn’t disappoint, with plummy notes, rich sweetness that keeps on going for at least 2 steeps. The overused descriptor of cocoa is there, I think. Rich and satisfying, for when you deserve a treat.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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From Yorkshire, UK. Whisky geek, lover of Cheese, foodie, Tea steeper. Passionate about flavours, excited that the world of tea could be as diverse and complex as whisky or food.
I’ve been drinking loose leaf for about 4 years, exploring all types of tea, just getting more into Pu’erh Teas. Love Dian Hong, Bai Lin Gong Fu, and Tie Guan Yin.
Just starting to buy some whole Beeng Cha- would be up for Pu’erh swaps in the UK.


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