A classic good quality China black tea. Full bodied, reminiscent of a red wine with a delicious hint of oak pungency. Chingwo County was also known as "Mao's Long March Tea" due to it's great quality that could be obtained for a reasonably affordable price.
Unknown (Submitted on 13th Jan 2016)
This tea is growing on me by the cup. At first seemed ordinary, but the more I drink the more complex it gets. Occasionally, it reminds me of a very expensive "Brandy" Oolong I once tried. Solid.
Ruben (Submitted on 21st Mar 2015)
Strong dark tea. Great flavor but be careful you can brew this tea at least 3 times. 1st brew 3 minutes, 2nd brew 6 minutes and the final brew I go 13 minutes.