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China Yunnan Imperial FOP Black Tea

China Yunnan Imperial FOP Black Tea

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The principal growing regions in Yunnan are located at altitudes of 4,000 to 6,500 feet and have annual average temperatures of between 54-73°F. Here, high-grade, black and green qualities are produced. The very high portion of large, golden leaf tips gives the full sweet, spicy taste and malty, soft aftertaste to the lunnan Imperial. Our Yunnan Imperial is an excellent top quality tea. The large leaf is dark, matt and green and contains many bronze-colored tips; the infusion is strong and dark.

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50 Grams (1.76oz) 
Price: $8.95
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100 Grams (3.53oz) 
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250 Grams (8.82oz) 
Price: $39.95
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500 Grams (17.64oz) 
Price: $74.95
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Preparation

Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F
Brew Time: 4 to 5 Minutes

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      (3.33)
      # of Ratings: 3
      1. on 7/13/2013, said:
      The China Yunnan Imperial FOP Black Tea surprise me with not only a beautiful smoothness on my tongue but it was a wonderful buttery flavor in the back of my throat. This ended up being my favorite tea. I paired this tea with a vegetarian roasted beets and apples warm salad with shaved blue cheese on top from my local Whole Foods. The cheese and Yunnan paired perfectly creating an even buttery taste. Another time I paired the Yunnan with a grilled eggplant vegetarian sandwich and the tea paired perfectly with still a buttery and smooth aftertaste. I wanted to steep more of this tea!
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      2. on 4/8/2012, said:
      Earthy. Might also not be this years harvest, making it less flavorful.
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      3. on 1/13/2012, said:
      Although described as a black tea, the taste was similar to a fermented tea, not sweet or soft at all, and neither sweetener nor additional water toned down the fermented taste. Recommended only for fermented-tea fans.
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