Buy Da Hong Pao
Buy Da Hong Pao
Ready to Buy Da Hong Pao? Known as Da Hong Pao (which translates to Big Red Robe), Wuyi Rock Dark Oolong is a sweet tea that delights connoisseurs all over the world. This rare and highly sought-after tea originates from the Wuyi Mountains in China, where it is carefully cultivated and processed. The unique flavor profile of Da Hong Pao Oolong is a result of the terroir and the traditional roasting techniques used during production.
This exquisite tea undergoes a meticulous crafting process that involves withering, rolling, and oxidation. The result is a rich, full-bodied infusion with complex notes of roasted nuts, caramel, and chocolate, accompanied by a subtle floral undertone.
Each sip of Wuyi Rock Dark Oolong is a journey into the world of exceptional tea, offering a harmonious blend of flavors and a lingering, smooth finish. The amber liquor and captivating aroma further enhance the drinking experience, making it a true pleasure for tea enthusiasts.
Whether you are a seasoned tea aficionado or a curious beginner, our carefully selected Wuyi Rock Dark Oolong will transport you to the enchanting tea gardens of Wuyi and provide you with a truly one-of-a-kind drinking experience. Discover the captivating allure of this extraordinary tea and savor its timeless elegance.. Are You Ready to Buy Da Hong Pao Now?
Bag Size: 60g Loose Leaf
Cups Of Tea: 40+ (reuse leaves for multiple cups)
Region: Wuyi height in Fujian, China
Ingredients: premium da hong pao leaves
I am an avid tea drinker and this tea was a delightful surprise! I absolutely loved it.
It was really good! I'm not big on tea but I'm trying to drink more than coffee lol thank you!!
I loved this tea! There were so many options that I was stuck between which to get, but I’m glad I picked this. I wanted something with a good enough caffeine level that still talssted good and I found it!
I like Oolong tea as it's mellow, earthy, and smooth. This one has all these components, but it's a bit bolder than some I've tried in the past. So I steep it not quite as long as recommended, but if you like it bolder or making a large kettle this is a good option. I do wish the tea string was a little longer as it drops into my larger cups too easily.
This is a strong oolong. I recommend steeping it for only a minute at first to get an idea of the strength before brewing it longer your first time. In the two photos of tea I posted, one is after only a minute of brewing and the other after a few minutes. I used a single tea bag more than once (and I use a pretty big 16 oz cup) and it was strong multiple times. I like my tea fairly strong but the one time I left the bag in the whole time I drank it, the last few sips were super strong and almost bitter. Once you get a feel for how long to leave the bag in for your desired strength, this tea has a great flavor.