Red tea : Calligrapher’s Disciple

Calligrapher’s Disciple

Sort of Tea: Dian Hong Gong Fu
Origin: Yunnan Province, China
Calligrapher’s Disciple
Calligrapher’s Disciple
Calligrapher’s Disciple
Calligrapher’s Disciple

Dian Hong Gong Fu is one of the most valuable sorts of traditional Chinese red tea. The story of the tea from YunnanProvince goes back into the centuries. According to the writings on a stone stela in one of the ancient temples, the tea tree has been cultivated by the citizens of YunnanProvince for more than 1,300 years. : Dian Hong Gong Fu plantations stretch for miles in the rocky ravines and canyons in the subtropical monsoon region of Yunnan. The trees grow on mountain slopes, decorated by the purest of streams and surrounded by the flowing haze of fogs. The best-graded Dian Hong Gong Fu is picked early spring and then processed using a unique technology. The tea’s clear infusion, in which dainty leaves magically dance, features a refined long-lasting aroma carrying light floral notes and an impressive slightly astringent taste with a pleasant refreshing aftertaste.

Sort of Tea: Dian Hong Gong Fu

Origin: Yunnan Province, China

Content according to the Chinese classification: elite red tea

Brewing method: pour 300 ml of water at 100˚С over 1.5-3 grams of tea leaves. The tea can be brewed 2-3 times.

Netweight: 150 gram