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Da Hong Pao Superfine

Da Hong Pao Superfine | Big Red Robe

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Große Rote Robe oder Da Hong Pao ist ein berühmter Tee von den Teebüschen in den Wu Yi Bergen in der Fujian Provinz, in China. Im wurde während der Qing-Dynastie der Titel "König aller Tees" gegeben. Da Hong Pao Oolong Tee ist berühmt für seinen einzigartigen blumigen Duft und den speziellen Wu Yi Rock Tee Geschmack. Da Hong Paos dunkle Blätter produzieren ein duftendes Gebräu, das schwer im Geschmack und reich an Farbe ist! Der Tee wird Sie zuerst als bitter empfangen, gefolgt von einem mineralischen Geschmack und einer starken Süße, mit starken blättrigen Noten, und endet mit einem leicht trocknenden, aber absolut köstlichen Nachgeschmack. Da Hong Pao ist ein Tee-Klassiker und ein Muss für jeden Tee-Enthusiasten!

Wie man eine perfekte
Tasse Tee zubereitet
1-1,5 TSP oder 1 BEUTEL
8oz / 200ml
195F / 90°C
2 - 3 min
Oolong Tee
von Brian Queenan
Februar 2023
[EN] I've been buying this for a while.

Typically, it has the characteristic rocky mineral taste, along with a malt note and an overly strong charcoal fkavour. Decent, but unremarkable.

The last shipment was different. The charcoal flavour is reduced, and instead of a malty note, there's a floral orchid note with a streak of cherries. It's beautifully balanced and withstands almost 10 steeps.
von Jonny D
Oktober 2022
[EN] My favorite oolong. It tastes similar to bagged Oolong that you'll get from Bigelow. Love the musky aroma.
von Max
Februar 2020
[EN] It's fine for the price you pay, the only bad thing is a really noticeable amount of stems (like 1/9).
von Lily
Oktober 2016
[EN] First, I have to say that I love the mixed signal of oolongs; half way between black teas and green teas. Always interesting to discover.
In opening the bag, I found the aroma to be definitely musky. I followed the guidelines for oolongs: I rinsed then steep my first infusion at the right temperature for the time suggested (2-3 minutes). I used 1 tsp of tea in 8 oz. hot water. The musky scent was still there. It was also slightly earthy and vaguely reminiscent of a crisp mountain air early morning. Taste like, this oolong has more characteristics of a black tea. Mouth-watering is right! Very mellow with some astringency.
I did not get any floral aroma at my first infusion, but I definitely did at the 2nd infusion (steeped 6-7 minutes). I could even smell some vanilla and something reminiscence of pin. Wow!
The 3rd infusion was even better, but I got the mineral taste only at the 4th infusion, which also made me think of an early grey (aroma, taste and astringency).
I did make a 5th infusion, and it was still very tasty and mellow, just not as complex anymore.
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