Famous Jiu Qu Hong Mei Chinese Black Tea with Sweet Fruity Taste
Jiu Qu Hong Mei is also named "Long Jing (dragon well) Hong Cha. A
very rare and famous tea from the Zhejiang Province of China, It is
from 500 meters Da Hu Mountain, the suburb of Hangzhou city, the
Peak is a basin. Jiu Qu Hong Mei is a rare black tea, first
developed in 1926.
Style two leaves and a bud
Flavor sweet fruity taste
Aroma sweet fruity taste
Product Rating ★★★★
Whilst a very well balanced tea it leaves more to be desired in
terms of overall underlying flavors.
Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized than oolong, green
and white teas. All four types are made from leaves of the shrub
(or small tree) Camellia sinensis. Black tea is generally stronger
in flavor than the less oxidized teas.
Generally, 2.25 grams of tea per 200 ml of water, or about a
teaspoon of black tea per 8 oz. cup, should be used. Unlike green
teas, which turn bitter when brewed at higher temperatures, black
tea should be steeped in freshly boiled water,around 90℃ to 95℃.
When the tea has brewed long enough to suit the tastes of the
drinker, it should be strained while serving.
How to steep tea--for one teaspoonful
If stronger flavor is desired, add more tea, not time. Highlighted
teas will taste bitter if infused longer than the suggested time.
If brewing 2 or more teas together, follow instructions for the tea
with the shortest time and lowest temperature.
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