Da Hong Pao from the Chao Yang village, it underwent four heating stages. The dried leaf is a vibrant combination of seeds with cherries, the heated leaf acquires notes of stone and milk. The taste includes spice, cherries and a light tartness characteristic of true Gao Ho (strong heating). The aftertaste is gentle, playful and creamy. The third steep reveals a pleasant sourness.
A warm, strong Da Hong Pao a great option for those who like their tea intensely heated. Has a strong, relaxing Cha Qi that helps to concentrate.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||5g.|
|Teaware:||Porcelain, Clay, Glass|