da hong pao tea for sale
wuyi da hong pao big red robe oolong tea buy online 160g from China only 31USD. Weight loss da hong pao tea benefits: It helps in getting rid of lactic, uric acid, and other harmful substances from the body. Tea polyphenols and vitamin C helps blood circulation and prevent arteriosclerosis therefore lowering hypertension and coronary heart diseases (CHD).
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Brand name: Bama
Production license number: SC11435052401198
Name: wuyi rock big red robe Chinese oolong tea
storage methods: a cool and dry place, odor free
Shelf life: 1080 days
Net weight: 160g
Origin: wuyishan city, fujian province, China
Big red robe (Da Hong Pao) is the finest oolong tea in China known for its long history and royal reputation. An extremely rare and special tea grown on a UNESCO World Heritage site in Wuyishan (Wu Yi Mountains). Rich, toasty, deep and extremely complex flavor. Gift package big red robe tea.
Wuyi rock big red robe da hong pao Chinese oolong tea.
Dry Leaf: Fat and bold strips of evenly shaped, black bloom glossy.
Aroma: Warm roasted aroma with delightful floral flavor.
Wet leaves: very dark black with faint reddish hues liquor.
Soup: bright orange yellow in color.
da hong pao health benefits
Big Red Rope tea can stimulate your central nervous system, improve thinking and increase work efficiency. It helps in getting rid of lactic, uric acid, and other harmful substances from the body. Tea polyphenols and vitamin C helps blood circulation and prevent arteriosclerosis therefore lowering hypertension and coronary heart diseases (CHD).
how to brew big red robe tea
1. Fill both the teapot and the cup about halfway with hot water to preheat them. Tilt them a bit so that the water creeps up the side and then rotate them so the insides get wet all the way around. Then pour the water out.
2. Put 2 teaspoons of tea leaves into the teapot. If using a different vessel, use 2 teaspoons for every 8 oz. (236 ml) of water.
3. Fill the teapot with 90-95ºC (194-205ºF) water.
4. Place the lid on the teapot and let the tea steep for 1 minute.
5. Pour the tea into the teacups and enjoy your tea!
6. You can get 4-6 infusions out of most varieties. Increase the steeping time 30 seconds to 1 minute for each infusion. How many infusions you do depends entirely on your taste. Experiment.
Use the amounts given in these instructions as a rough guide. If you find the resulting tea too weak, add more tea leaves; if it is too strong, reduce the amount of leaves used. Similarly, try increasing or decreasing the steeping times.