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Tastes thick and robust. Tea connoisseurs appreciate Chinese Black tea as a beverage with various purifying qualities. Chinese Black tea blends easily with other flavors to create a rich and exquisite taste. Regular consumption of Chinese Black tea can reduce risk of stroke.
 
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    Zhu Hai Jin Ming
    (rating: 4.4 out of 5)
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    Very nice, everyday black tea. Smooth and drinkable.

    Keith (11/4/2013)
     
    I typically drink green teas, so Im not versed in this variety... its good and Im still experimenting with brewing amount and time.

    raymond (1/16/2013)
     
    I dont usually like black tea, but this was wonderfully complex and pleasant. None of the bitterness of many black tea (similar to the bad taste of teabag black tea). In fact this was very interesting: its taste reminded me of tomato!

    Matthew (11/3/2012)
     
    The tealeaves look al lot darker and finer than on the website. It is a mild tea, nice odour so I keep my nose in my wide teacup all the time when drinking. A very likeable tea although not 5 stars

    Joost (10/15/2012)
     
    Rather Keemun-y in taste with rye and faint toasted-smoke but with a nice Golden Monkey-like roundness and hint of creaminess.

    Amanda (3/14/2012)
     
    Just fresh from having my first try for breakfast I can say not bad, not bad at all. However, to my taste this lacks aroma which I am used from my other black teas which fill the room when poured. It is a good black tea somewhat on the milder side as for aroma and flavor.

    Peter (4/15/2010)
     
    Among three black teas I ordered from here, this one is the best. It is highly aromatic, has rich and rather unusual taste, a bit sweet, medium strong.

    Konstantin (2/20/2010)
     
    Very different from other black teas. Even if you drink mostly green and oolong teas, you should try this. Complex and more subtle thanmost black teas, it has an array of flavors that are hard to describe, with a light sweetness. My friends love it.

    Rolf (9/29/2009)
     
    Unusual floral and light, airy taste. A very unique and fine tea.

    Christopher (9/27/2009)
     
    Smooth, rich, mellow, medium aroma, with negligible bitterness. I actually found it sweet with slight fruit/floral/vanilla/chocolate notes, very malty and full-bodied mouth feel. I agree with the previous customer about using a gong fu approach. I got around 6 good infusions using a small yixing teapot. Great taste and aroma and highly recommended! Excellent product!!!

    Kei (9/10/2009)
     
    Nice black tea shares some characteristics with Dian Hong, with some difference.

    Daniel (6/19/2009)
     
    This is not a tea for novices. It also doesnt actually taste like a dian hong, and comparing it with yunnan golds is wierd. It tastes mostly like a Xiang Luo or a Chun Mee hongcha. Tart, very rich, with *very* nice mouthfeel. This tea is probably best approached gongfu, if you can manage it with the small leaves. Western brews tend to be indestinct in flavor. Western brewing probably should have 1 or 2 mini-steeps of a minute or so before brewing a longer 3 steep. Im still trying to get an exciting cup (the dry and wet leaves smell so wonderful), and Ill eventually manage it, I think.

    Darius (6/16/2009)
     
    Perhaps Im being unfair to this tea by comparing it with my favorite black, the Yunnan pure gold, but given this comparison, it doesnt fare well. Its less gold and more black in appearance, and that translates into a less malty, more bitter taste. To be sure, the bitterness is tolerable and may even be desirable to those who like strong black teas (with milk?). Overall, a decent buy, but I probably wont be a repeat customer of this tea.

    Vuong (5/29/2009)
     
    I should have taken some notes when I tried this a while back. All I can say is that I found this tea very good (color, scent, body, flavor), but I personally prefer the Yunnan Pure Gold tea.

    Tim (5/18/2009)
     
    Excellent black tea, very sweet and smooth. A soothing flavor, if you can imagine such in a black tea. Not my first choice for a "wake-me-up" tea, but delightful all the same.

    Catherine (2/27/2009)
     
    Unique (in my experience) flavor & aroma. Exceptionally smooth, negligible tannins. A very straightforward tea -- not a lot of complexity, tastes the same throughout its cooling cycle. Likeable.

    Fred (12/16/2008)
     
    one of the best congou that I have ever tasted, with pronounced cocoa and flowery notes, really recomendable

    Sergio (12/6/2008)
     


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