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ZWARTE THEE / Exclusive Qi Hong 50g

Exclusive Qi Hong 50g

This tea is one of China's top 10 tea, and one of royal British family's favorite. Fragrance is like fruit and orchid. Even with adding sugar and milk, the aroma is not reduced! Enjoy this mellow tea!

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Qimen black tea, also referred to as "Qi Hong", belongs to China's top 10 tea. Produced in Anhui Province Qimen and other towns nearby.

In Guang Xu years (1875) , a man named Yu Ganchen quitted his governmental job in Fu Jian Province back to An Hui for starting his own business. He did this because he experienced best-selling tea in Fu Jia. He tried to use the Fu Jian tea making technique to set up a tea workshop in Zhi De town. In 1876, Yu established another 2 tea workshops in Qi Men and Shan Li to expand operations. The Qi Men area has excellent natural conditions therfore the quality of black tea is superior.  During the years production increased, the reputation of “Qi Hong” was getting higher and higher. “Queen of black tea" in the international black tea market attracted tea merchants’ great attention. At that time, the Japanese called it "Rose" and the British called it “Qi Men".

The shape of “Qi Hong” is tight and small like eyebrows. The color is black and looking oily. Fragrance is like fruit and orchid. The international tea market specifically called this fragrance “Qi Men Aroma". Qi Hong tea soup is red and bright. The taste is mellow. Even with adding sugar and milk, the fragrance is not reduced. Many users opinion is that the fragnance even increases.

Tips:
1.  Every 6g of tea can be brewed at least 10 times in 0,5 liter teapot, After every brewing, you can leave a little tea soup in the pot. This will serve as "tea base" for the next time.
2. "Wake up" the tea by gently pouring 85-95C water along the teapot wall. Avoiding pooring directly onto the tea leaves. Every time of brewing is better half minute longer than the previous time.

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