Huang Da Cha is known as the coffee among teas. Processed with traditional yellow tea technique, this tea has a very strong aroma of cooked nuts such as coffee or chocolate etc. Very special.
Also, this tea can endure repeated infusions very easily.
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|Chinese Name||霍山黄大茶(huò shān huáng dà chá )|
|Other Names||Yellow Big Leaf Tea, Yellow Large Leaf Tea, Huang Da Cha, coffee tea, tea coffee|
|Growing Area||Huo Shan, An Hui Province, China|
|Harvest Period||2~3 days after Li Xia(Beginning of Summer as per the 24 solar terms).|
|Processing Technique||Orthodox Production Methods: Plucking→Sha Qing(Kill Green)→Preliminary Baking→Men Huang(Muffling)→2nd Baking-Heavily Roasting→Packing|
|Appearance||Mixtures of long, curly leaves in brown color and stalk.|
|Aroma||The aroma of this tea gives strong notes of coffee or chocolate. It has been called "rice crust aroma" in China.|
|Liquor||Golden yellow to orange.|
|Tasting Notes||Huang Da Cha is characterized by its long, curly brown leaves that mixed with leaf stalks. Processed with traditional yellow tea technique, this tea has a very strong aroma of cooked nuts such as coffee or chocolate etc. Very special.|
|Teaware||Gaiwan(Covered Bowl), Piao Yi Tea Maker, Porcelain Pot, Zi Sha(Purple Clay Pot)|
|Steeping Instructions||Middle Steeping:Warm the teapot(cup,glass)→Add tea leaves→Moisturize the leaves with hot water→Add water to 70% full→Enjoy after the tea leaves sinking.|
|Storage||Seal tightly, store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight and odour.|
|Country of Manufacture||China|
|Packing & Weight||50g~500g/bag. Default packing with aluminium coated kraft paper bag.|
Absolutely love this tea! Review by Quentina
Absolutely love this tea! I wish I would have bought a larger bag! Has a great roasted chestnuts flavor and its so delicious! (Posted on 1/28/2016)
Review by Patrick Lewis
This tea has it's unique flavor. It smells like a woodsy campfire. a very interesting tea. (Posted on 1/22/2016)
Review by Karen Brown
There isn't really anything spectacular about this tea. The flavor was fairly nondescript, with only the hint of the smoky, nutty flavor. (Posted on 1/16/2015)
Review by Hannah Hoffmann
Smoky and astringent, with a woodsy vegetable taste, smooth with a lovely sweet finish. (Posted on 1/10/2014)
Review by Daisy Moore
A rough, dark, and smoky kind of tea. Very special. I'm a pu-erh lover and I like this one. So… (Posted on 1/4/2013)
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