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Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea

Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea
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Brief Introduction to
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) Black Tea


Jiu Qu Hong Mei is also named “Long Jing (Dragon Well) Black Tea” or “Jiu Qu Hong”, which is originated from the same producing area as the famous Dragon Well tea. It’s a very rare and famous black tea firstly developed in 1926 and produced in Da Hu Mountain located in Zhejian Province of China.

Jiuqiu Hongmei got its name after the red plum color of the tea soup when brewed. It’s a fine tea that rivals any other high quality teas in aroma and rich flavor. The picking standard for Jiu Qu Hong Mei is one bud with 1-2 tender leaves, and the best picking season is before Chinese Qing Ming Festival.

Jiu Qu Hong is medium amber in color, clear and smooth texture, sweet fruity taste. The bright red infusion has an appetizing honeyed sweet aroma while the taste is wonderfully smooth. Fresh black tea has a charming flavor with the most delicate hints of pine, orchid, crushed apple and a rich, floral sweet underlying taste.

make the perfect cup of
Jiu Qu Hong Mei (Red Plum) 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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    • 5-6 infusions

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