A single origin black tea from the mountainous region of Western China, same region that brings us the famous Puerh.
Picked with a fair amount of tea buds (young leaves), these golden leaves provide the tea a complex flavor profile and natural sweetness.
Brassy golden liquid, medium to full body, rich, smooth, low tannin, low astringency, subtle sweetness, good with or without milk
90 °C, 1 to 2 minutes steeping without milk; 100 °C, 3 to 5 minutes with milk
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