Da Hong Pao Finesse Extrême | Big Red Robe

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Niveau de caféine (mg/100g)


Le Big Red Robe, ou Da Hong Pao, est un célèbre thé issu des buissons de thé cultivés dans la montagne de Wu Yi, dans la province de Fujian, en Chine. Le titre " Roi de tous les thés " lui fut attribué pendant la dynastie Qing. Le thé oolong Da Hong Pao est célèbre pour son parfum floral et son goût et parfum uniques de thé de roche Wu Yi. Les feuilles noires du Da Hong Pao produisent une odeur parfumée, un arôme prononcé et une couleur riche ! Le thé vous surprendra d'abord par son amertume, suivie d'un goût minéral très sucré et de notes florales soutenues, pour se terminer sur un arrière-goût légèrement astringent mais absolument délicieux. Le Da Hong Pao est un thé classique indispensable pour tous les amateurs de thé !
Mode de préparation :
1-1.5 CAC ou 1 SACHET
200ml / 8oz
90°C / 195F
2 - 3 min


Thé oolong


par Jerred Toews
Avril 2021
[EN] While most of the tea I have tried from tealyra has surpassed my expectations, this particular one fell short, citing heavy astringency when brewed
par Kenneth
Avril 2021
[EN] It’s da hong pao for sure, but unfortunately a very poor quality da hong pao. Having tasted and purchased this tea directly in wuyi mountains, and ordered from other suppliers, the flavour both in volume and intensity in the da hong pao tea leaves from Tealyra is very poor. I will not be purchasing from this provider again.
par Max
Février 2020
[EN] It's fine for the price you pay, the only bad thing is a really noticeable amount of stems (like 1/9).
par Lily
Octobre 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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