2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade

5.0 stars  5.0  1 review  Added 05.09.2013 by petroff, Tea status: [256] A 7392x
2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade
2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade 2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade 2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade
2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade 2013 Zhejiang Long Jing Hong Cha AAA Grade

Category: Red tea

Country: China

Province: Zhejiang

Harvest: Early April 2013

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

Cha Wang Shop

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Description:

Material came from the same tea trees with Longjing green tea. The dry tea leaves are rolled tightly and full of aroma.

The liquor has a deep ruby red, aroma of ripe berries, nuts and cinnamon with a little dark chocolate flavor, fresh and velvety smooth mouthfeel, with a surprisingly long, charming aftertaste.

Really worth a try!

Producing area : Hangzhou area , Zhejiang province

Production date : Early April 2013


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petroff
06.09.2013 10:03:20

Cocoa delight

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Leaves are completely black. Dry leaves smell like cocoa. Wet leaves smell after cocoa with the sweet scent of ripe fruits. The brew is nicely balanced and smoothed. The taste is sweet. You can find there a taste of fruits, nuts, and light taste of wood. No astringency, no bitterness - simply the concert of tastes. The second infusion 10s, to get more intense teaste. It seems to me that the cocoa becomes more like dark chocolate. The flavour is more intense, sweeter, just more chocolate in the taste. Still there is no bitterness or astringency. Very good red tea, I am giving 5 stars.

5g, gaiwan 170 ml, water 100°C - 20s/10/15/20/30/40


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