Black tea, created in the early 17th century (some believe that it was the 19th century), originated from today's Tongmuguang, Wuyishan City, Fujian. It is also called Souchong Black Tea, which is the first black tea in the world.
Black tea is characterized by red liquid and red leaves.
The rough process technology of black tea is: plucking fresh leaves → sun withering → twisting or cutting → fermenting → drying.
Black tea is classified into black stripe tea and black broken tea. Black stripe tea production requires full fermentation. The flavor is mellow and sweet. It is compressed by two rollers at different speeds, cut and rolled. The fermentation degree is light. The polyphenol content in the tea is high. The taste is strong and fresh. In general, black stripe tea is suitable for drinking without seasonings while red broken tea is more suitable for drinking with other additives.
Black stripe tea is classified into Gong Fu(Kongfu) and (Xiao Zhong)Souchong black tea. The famous Souchong include: Jin Jun Mei, Zhong Shan Xiao Zhong(Lapsang souchong), famous Kongfu black tea include: Keemun, Dian Hong Gold Buds, etc.
Starting at $4.75High grade Yunnan black tea, needle shape covered with gold fuzz. Learn More
Starting at $1.75This black tea is made of old Yunnan tea bush material. The quality is really good and could be easily re-steeped for over 3 times. Learn More
Starting at $5.50Each tea cone is a bundle of around 3 gram tea leaf. Totally 20pcs tea cones for a 50g pack. For 100g pack you will get extra 10pcs which is 50pcs totally. Learn More