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Wen Shan Bao Zhong Black

Wen Shan Bao Zhong Schwarz

Bio
107-25-P
Nicht auf Lager
4.8
Taiwan
6.60
6.60
Nicht auf Lager
TW
Herkunftsland
Taiwan
Asien
Koffeinspiegel (mg/1g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+
Beschreibung
Beschreibung

Unser taiwanesischer Wen Shan Bao Zhong, der in der Pinglin-Bergregion angebaut wird, wird in kleinen kunsthandwerklichen Chargen hergestellt und gehört zu den höchsten Qualitäten in seiner Kategorie. Dieses Wen Shan Bao Zhong ist zu 100 % oxidiert und wird mit minimaler Handhabung verarbeitet, von der Handpflückung über das Rollen bis zum Trocknen; diese Blätter werden so wenig wie möglich bewegt, um den frischesten Geschmack zu gewährleisten! Durch diesen Prozess behalten die Blätter ihre Lebendigkeit.

Einmal aufgegossen, ist die unglaubliche Frische der erste Geschmack, den der Teetrinker erfährt, wenn die warme Flüssigkeit in den Mund rollt. Auf diese Frische folgen Süße, Butter, Blumen und wenn sich der Tee durch mehrere Aufgüsse entfaltet, sogar Fruchtigkeit. Dies ist ein wunderbares Beispiel für einen frischen, frühlingshaften Bao Zhong, der aus der Sorte Qing Xin (Chin Shin) hergestellt wird.

Wie man eine perfekte
Tasse Tee zubereitet
1 TSP oder 1 BEUTEL
200ml
95°C
2 - 3 min
Einzelheiten
Bio:
Ja
Inhaltsstoffe:
Schwarzer Tee
Bewertungen
von C B
Januar 2023
[EN] A sample! I was very intrigued by a tea named after my favorite oolong, Wen Shan Bao Zhong, but as a black tea! I had to try it. The leaf is huge and wirey. The fragrance of the dry leaf had such a scent of added fruit flavor, that I thought there was flavor contamination from something else. But steeping up the tea, I don't think there was scent contamination. The brew is very light for a black tea -- it almost looks like a roasted oolong. The flavor is mostly like a Ruby 18 varietal (which is what the dry leaf looks like, now that I think about it, including that hint of scarlet in the leaf). But it's also fairly fruity, like plums, or maybe something even odder like passionfruit, and also a bit starchy, the second steep is actually very tangy. It's very clear in the lingering mouth flavor. Or a better word than "clear" might be vibrant, which the description mentions.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug // 20 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 3 minutes after boiling // 4 min steep

I left the above note in a draft for a while, so here is a second steep session a while later: there is a sort of tangy fruit scent to the dry leaf and flavor of the first steep: tamarind + lychee or something. It reminds me how a Taiwanese Assam tastes like strawberries. Maybe these varieties with huge leaves usually taste like mostly fruit. The second steep is mostly tangy fruit again, then as it cools is like tomato soup with some starch. The third steep is a deep red and tastes like mostly like hot tomato soup! It's definitely a unique tea. Though it's a light brew which I normally wouldn't like, I DO like the complexity of flavors. And it certainly doesn't remind me of any oolong, Wen Shan Bao Zhong or otherwise. Now that I typed up all that, I read the note on the first steep session above and I'm amazed the flavors have seemed to evolve THIS much already in only a couple months. Second steep session: no thoughts of plum, passion fruit or Ruby 18! Tea is weird! 
Steep #1 // 2 teaspoons for a full mug // 25 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 10 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #3 // just boiled // 4 min
von Rewa A. Cerezo
Oktober 2020
[EN] If u like Assam Beauty #8, then u will love the taste of this black tea. It's bold & sl sweet, a cross betwn an Assam & Keenum. Great w/ or w/o sugar. I don't use milk w/ any my teas, except w/chais for a whip cream treat during December.
von Keith K
November 2018
[EN] Very flavorful tea. A nice aroma.
von Ian Cooper
März 2018
[EN] This one really deserves the 5 star rating. I'm paranoid that one day it won't be available, so i buy extra when i order. The price initially almost scared me away, but i'm glad that i splurged and got it. Being addicted to this tea only proves how much of a tea lover you are. The taste is smooth, not bitter or tannic at all. more like a sweet (vanilla) tobacco aftertaste.
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