Organic Floral Black Tea

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At the first sight of this tea, we thought it was a Dan Cong or rock oolong, but actually, it is a black tea. Although it looks a little rough, its taste is sweet and soft, with a rich nectar fragrance, and a lingering honey note at the bottom of the cup. In addition, it has a special “cong” flavor, which makes us feel like we are in the forests, feeling the fragrance of flowers in the air and the breath of distant mountains. It is no exaggeration to say that it has the flavor of wild black tea. But it makes fewer steeps compared with the ancient wild black tea. Considering it passed the organic certification, it is more cost effective and worth trying. Tea lovers who prefer organic tea must not miss it.

Changshun County, Qiannan Prefecture, Guizhou Province, China

Harvest Date:

May 2, 2021

Picking Standards:
One bud with two or three leaves

Dry Leaf:
Fat and strong leaves, slightly curly, dark brown and shiny in color

Sweet potato, nectar fragrance

Bright and orange yellow

Taste soft and sweet, potato and floral aromas intertwined, with a special "cong” flavor

Tea Garden:
Chang Shun Tea Garden

Less than 40% of a cup of coffee

Store in airtight, opaque packaging; in cool, dry place

Shelf Life:
36 Months

Sweet, nectar fragrance, daily drinking

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Thanks again to Teavivre for sending this one to me to try! I had a lovely early morning session a few days ago, and I was really into how accessible the flavour of this tea was. Definitely floral with a rosey lean to it, but also sweet with caramel or honey like notes in the body and the lovely starchy golden notes of baked yams. It was interesting having the yam notes with the rose, but I reallllyyyyy loved how it clicked together.

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