The strong and slightly sweet mouthfeel has aromas of dark cocoa, caramel and floral tones. This tea is equally delicious if drank straight or with a touch of honey.
Hand-shaped like a pagoda, but once it is brewed, it opens up like a blossom.
The word Dianhong contains 2 Chinese words, “Dian” is the abbreviation for Yunnan province and “hong” is red in Chinese. In China, it is categorized as “hongcha”, meaning “red tea” in Chinese. Chinese named the tea by the color of the tea liquid. In English, “hongcha” is referred to as black tea, named after the color of the oxidized leaves.
Dianhong has a relatively short history as compared to the mother of all black teas, Lapsang Souchong. Developed in Yunnan in 1939, using the assamica variety of camellia sinensis, or often referred to by the Chinese as Yunnan Big Leaf variety.
More about this Pagoda Dianhong:
Tea type: Flower black tea
Other name: Fengqing black tea
Cultivar: Fengqing Big Leaf Cultivar
Region: Fengqing County, Yunnan Province, China
Plant age: 20 years
Harvest: Mid-April 2017
“A tea with energy and power, I can sense the heat going through my body after a few sips of this tea.” – Karen, Qi Aerista’s Tea Specialist.
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