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Da Hong Pao (Wild Wuyi) bushes grow outside the boundaries of the surrounding tea farms and are not under active cultivation. This tea is traditionally referred to as “rock tea” as it grows in rocky, mineral-rich soils with a limited harvest quantity. The terroir gives this black tea its distinctive flavor and aroma. Rich and dense in flavor, with notes of cocoa and stone fruit.
- Fujian Province, China
- Rich, dense in flavor, with notes of cocoa an stone fruit
1 tsp/8 oz