Black ( red ) tea from other provinces in China
Fujian Province located at southeastern in China.
It is another important tea area in China with long tea history like Yunnan.
Fujian province produces many types of tea ,such as : Oolong tea, White tea, Black tea, etc.
Guangdong Province located at southeastern in China
and it is know for Oolong tea, - Dan Cong.
Known as Lapsang souchong , this nice smokey flavor tea with touch of the nuts gives very pleasant mouth feel. This is not a high class of the Lapsangs but it gives decent tea liquor for many steepings. Very good daily drinker for those who like LPS.
Cocoa and chocolate notes will hit your nose even from hot gaiwan before you start to brew those small dark roasted tea leafs coming from Fujian prov. Solid body of thick black tea will bring you back to Soviet Union childhood if you were lucky enough and grew up in one :-) The grannie's samovar with pirogy is the probably the first thought would come up...
Dark chocolate notes coming from the dry dark roasted high grade tiny tea leafs picked in Wuyi mountain located in Fujian prov. Strong and dark thick tea liqour your are going to get right after the first infusion.Bitter-sweet sensation in your mouth and dark prune notes along with light smokiness which is the sign of traditional processing. Slight fruity...
Small tea leafs growing in Anhui province known for their specific processing of slow withering and oxidation processes. Standard grade of famous and very expensive in higher grades Qi Men Hong Cha , as well called Keemun Black Tea , has very pleasant cocoa taste due to "gao xiang" high temperature processing. Slight smokey notes can be also experienced...
Cocoa and chocolate notes will hit your nose even from hot gaiwan before you start to brew those small dark roasted tea leafs coming from Fujian prov. Solid body of thick black tea made of autumn harvest tea leafs. Very same taste of the spring version only slightly less powerful of course. It is still very good daily drinker for Lapsang Souchong tea lovers.