Xiao Zhong Hong Cha (red tea from Wuyishan), 100 g.

€11,00

«Xiao Zhong Red Tea» is a famous, often smoked, red tea from Fujian Province. Harvest: spring of 2018.

In appearance: a tea brick (100 grams, 12 segments) of pressed tea leaves. The fragrance is sweet, fruity with a biscuity accent. The liquor is transparent with reddish-chestnut hue.

The bouquet of the brewed tea is warm, woody, with confectionery, fruity and autumn leaf nuances. The fragrance is warm, fruity-herbaceous. The taste is full-bodied, sweetish, with a poignant woody tartness and citrusy sourness, turning into a refreshing slightly berry-like aftertaste.

«Xiao Zhong Red Tea» is a famous, often smoked, red tea from Fujian Province. Harvest: spring of 2018.

In appearance: a tea brick (100 grams, 12 segments) of pressed tea leaves. The fragrance is sweet, fruity with a biscuity accent. The liquor is transparent with reddish-chestnut hue.

The bouquet of the brewed tea is warm, woody, with confectionery, fruity and autumn leaf nuances. The fragrance is warm, fruity-herbaceous. The taste is full-bodied, sweetish, with a poignant woody tartness and citrusy sourness, turning into a refreshing slightly berry-like aftertaste.

Brew the tea with hot near-boiling water (98-100°C) in a teapot or thermos. The small fraction will require a fine strainer. The recommended proportion is 8 g (1 segment) per 200 ml. After a flash-rinse first steep the tea for 1-2 minutes. After this you can steep it 2-3 more times. Perfect for brewing in a thermos.

«Xiao Zhong Red Tea» is a great choice in field conditions. Combines well with herbals, field flowers, dried berries, honey, milk, etc. The effect is warming, moderately energising.