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Award-Winning "Golden Buds" Jin Ya Dian Hong Black Tea

$39.00

Shifu, how did you achieve for this tea to have such an exceptional taste? So sweet and soft, with notes of chocolate, – a young monk asked the wise tea master Lao Cha


—This wasn’t difficult. I just had to find an ecologically friendly place, far away from the dust and pollution of the cities. Where there is green as far as the eye can see. Then I had to cultivate the tea bushes at a height of 1500 meters. Harvest only the finest tea leaves. And finally, patiently process these leaves with the greatest care. Simple. – Lao Cha answered.

 

Indulge in the pleasure of this exceptional tea, winner of a Silver Medal at the Global Tea Championship. This renowned competition showcases outstanding taste and superior quality teas, as assessed by esteemed tea experts. It's no wonder that our tea has earned acclaim for its exquisite balance and delightful flavor.

Nestled high up in the serene Lida Ecological tea garden in Fengqing, Yunnan, this tea originates from a picturesque setting perched 1800 meters above sea level. Here, the atmosphere is tranquil and misty, providing the ideal conditions for tea trees to thrive in the pure air and soil.

The serene ambiance and natural splendor of Fengqing lend our "Golden Buds" Dian Hong its unique character that captivates the senses. With its harmonious and well-rounded flavor, this tea is a true delight that lingers on the palate, leaving a lasting impression.

Fengqing, Yunnan, is renowned for its favorable tea-growing conditions and is revered as one of the ancient birthplaces of tea. As you savor the richness of our Dian Hong, immerse yourself in the centuries-old tapestry of tea history and cultural heritage, experiencing the legacy passed down through generations.

With every sip of "Golden Buds" Dian Hong, you embark on a journey through time. This tea is a testament to the dedication of skilled tea artisans and the natural abundance of Fengqing, Yunnan. Discover the allure of its perfect balance and exquisite taste, crafted by experienced hands. Each infusion brings you closer to the heart of Fengqing, Yunnan, as you savor the warmth of tradition and the essence of nature.

Uncover the charm of our Medal-winning tea, a testament to nature's gifts and the artistry of passionate tea craftsmen. Allow yourself to be enchanted by its flawless balance and delightful flavor as you experience the essence of Fengqing, Yunnan, captured in each sip. This tea is an invitation to slow down, savor the moment, and be transported to a world where simplicity and warmth embrace the senses.


 Place of Origin: Lida Village, Fengqing, Yunnan Province
• Altitude: 1800m
 Harvest Date: April 2023
• Picking Standard: One bud and one bud with one leaf 
 Aroma: Sweet potatoes aroma with light floral notes 
 Taste: Silky with hints of chocolate and a sweet finish
 Varietal: Camellia sinensis var. assamica, Feng Qing Da Ye Zhong (凤庆大叶种)


Brewing guidelines:

 

       195℉ / 90℃

 1g per 50ml   3-5min

     1g per 20ml     10sec + 5sec for each subsequent infusion

Customer Reviews

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A.H.
Top tier tea

Absolutely amazing teas, I prolly just got 20 or so teas and I made sure to write this one done. It will definitely become one the teas a grab some of everyone I order.. and ALOT OF IT. This ‘tea was so flavor and deep with character all while being light!!

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jan
soothing

I enjoy this tea more so than many black teas i have sipped. Its a very nice balance between the astringent and the richer dark aspect.

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Alberto

Smooth Black Tea with a nice malty chocolate taste

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Stella D.B.
Yum!

The color of the tea liquid speaks for itself. The honey colored liquid is smooth and sweet like honey itself. The smell is fragrant and promotes a calm state of mind. Overall a wonderful black tea to enjoy mid-day.

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Alfred
Malt

Malty-tasting tea. I recommend it if you're into decadent flavors.
The brew comes out light. Flavors don't fade with many consecutive brews.
A very good example of how real Chinese black tea should taste like.