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Da Hong Pao

Product description

Origin:  FuJian China

Tea Type:  Oolong Tea

Aroma:  Magnolia Fragrance

Appearance:  Loose 

Taste:  Mellow, sweet

Storage Method: Clean, ventilated, away from direct sunlight

Description: Is a Wuyi rock tea grown in the Wuyi Mountains in the Fujian province of China. It is a heavily oxidized, dark oolong tea and is one of the world's most expensive tea.As the name implies, Wuyi rock tea grows in between the rocky cliffs of Mount Wuyi, which is known for its sheer precipices, overhanging rocks as well as gigantic valleys. The Potted Tea Plantation is realized by utilizing the rock valleys, rock cracks and constructing rock band alongside the edges. Rock tea got its name by only growing in between the rocky cliffs. Forfathers praised the Wuyi rock tea for its unique rock charm. Rock tea also pronounced Yan tea in Chinese means tea of strong flavor. It still remains one of the top ten Chinese tea.According to the current national standard, being bred and planted in the natrual ecological invironment of Mount Wuyi, Wuyi rock tea falls into the category of Oolong tea produced with unique traditional processing techniques (shape of tea stripe) with rock charm. As a renowned tea it is under the protection of products of origin by PRCSome stories say its tea bushes were so revered that they were cloaked in red robes by imperial officials, while others simply claim the name was a poetic description for the color of local tea bushes when dusk light is cast through their newly grown leaves.
A special varietal of tea, known as "Qi Dan," is used to make Da Hong Pao. It grows defiantly in the gaps of the mountain boulders, which endow it with the highly prized 'yan yun' or mineral 'rock taste.' In making this tea, long leaves are selected. They are twisted using the sideways rolling technique (much different than the tight ball rolling seen in other oolongs) and then pan-fired to stop oxidation. The leaves are baked in the final stage of

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