Yunnan tea is grown at altitudes of 1200 to 2000m. This Yunnan Imperial Tea, also known as Dianhong and Yunnan Red Tea, is a full-bodied black tea, particularly good as an alternative to English breakfast. Its golden tips give a sweet and malty taste and a spicy soft aftertaste. The infusion is strong and dark without astringency.
|Origin||Yunnan, South West China|
|Format||Loose Leaf Tea|
|Taste||Sweet and malty with a spicy, soft aftertaste|
|Brewing Advice||One dessert spoon per cup. Add hot water (95ºC) and infuse for three minutes. Suitable for one infusion.|