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Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea

Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea
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Brief Introduction to
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea

Bai Lin Gong Fu, one of three famous Fujian Black Teas (Min Hong Gong Fu), is a type of handmade specialty black tea from Fuding County of China’s Fujian Province. Bai Lin Gong Fu is made up of the young buds of the Fuding Da Bai Cha ( literally as Big White Tea) tea varietal. This varietal is also used to make Bai Hao Yin Zhen (Silver Needle) white tea as well as the green tea that is used to make Jasmine Pearls. Bailin Gongfu has a distinctive fuzz of delicate golden-orange hairs covering the leaf bud.

Bai Lin refers to the village around which this tea is grown, while Bai Lin Gong Fu is one of three famous Gong Fu teas produced in Fujian Province, the other two are Tan Yang Gong Fu and Zheng He Gong Fu. “Gong Fu” is also used to describe a special Chinese way of brewing tea, using a small infuser with many leaves and making multiple infusions.

Bai Lin Gong Fu has been in production since about 1850. Commercial grades are made using tea from various provinces in China but higher grades are made only in the Tai Mu mountain region of Fuding, Fujian Province. This tea can also be served in the Western way, brewed in a big teapot with milk and sugar or lemon. Bai Lin Gong Fu is fresh and sweet with a hint of cream caramel and the liquor is golden red with a smooth texture and a long, soft, mellow aftertaste.

make the perfect cup of
Bai Lin Gong Fu Black Tea

    • Teaware
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    • 12 OZ. Porcelain Pot, Yixing Pot, Gaiwan (Bowl)
    • Leaves
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    • 1 TBS
    • Water
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    • Filtered (Spring) Water
    • Fire
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    • 100°C | 212°F
    • Time
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    • 2 Min for 1st Infusion
    • Infusion
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    • 5-7 infusions

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