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Ying Hong No. 9 Black Tea (2015 vintage—autumn harvest)

Weight: 100 grams (3.5 oz) or 50 grams (1.76 oz)
Type: Black Tea - loose leaf - packaged in 5-gram foil packages
Production area: Yingde, Guangdong Province

Ying Hong, short for Yingde Hong Cha is a famous Chinese Black tea produced in Guangdong, China. No. 9 is the name of the cultivar used to produce this tea. Yingde Hong Cha is a rarity in America as its limited supply is reserved for China’s domestic consumption. Bana is proud to be able to source this year’s best autumn crop directly from our friend’s tea plantation in Yingde region of Guangdong Province.

The aroma of the leaves is chocolate and caramel. Sweet and smooth, this tea exudes a fruity flavor with a candy-like finish. The tea is round and smooth, which makes it suitable to be drunk by itself or with skim milk if desired.

This tea is a great choice for breakfast as well as pairing with a dessert after dinner.

$12.50 for 50 grams (1.76 oz) (10 5-gram foil packages) Add To Cart
$25.00 for
100 grams (3.5 oz) (20 5-gram foil packages) Add To Cart

BREWING TEMPERATURE:
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BREWING TIMES:
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STIMULATION FACTOR: medium


CUSTOMER COMMENT:

“I'm sipping on the Yingde and find it to be full of satisfying aromas and very pleasant on the palate. It has a flavor that reminds me of breakfast, possibly I'd say cereal-like, slightly malty and rice-like, definitely robust like a meal. I did not put milk in it so it stands well on its own. I brewed with nearly boiling water for less than a minute - seems to have made a tasty result. It appears to have a little caffeine effect but nothing jolting.”


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