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Chinese black tea with golden heads
Chinese black tea with golden heads - tea
Its origin and properties:
- In the Yunnan region in southeast China golden-headed tea is grown with a very strong aroma and whole leaf.
- This tea gets its name from the distinctive long twisted tea leaves and golden yellow buds.
- It differs from many teas in its velvety elegant very aromatic and spicy taste.
- The unique flavor of this tea is characterized by sun drying.
- Gourmet tea lovers prefer this tea without sugar.
- To get the golden tip the tea leaves are allowed to undergo a slightly longer fermentation process than usual.
How to prepare it:
- There are some issues that need to be taken care of while preparing each tea.
- The first is the quality of the water used in fermentation.
- The fact that the water in which you will brew the tea is of high quality and that the fresh drinking water greatly affects the flavor of the tea.
- Since the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water that has been repeatedly boiled will decrease it will negatively affect the taste you will get from the tea.
- In addition it is preferable that the teapot in which you put the tea is made of materials such as glass and ceramics that will not affect the taste of the tea.
- In addition to this general information is black tea that has undergone two fermentation processes. For this reason it is usually fermented in high temperature water.
- For example green tea with 100 degrees of boiling water is not preferred while boiling water can be used for Pu
- It is important not to leave the tea bitter by brewing it for a long time. The ideal time is 3-4 minutes and five minutes at most.
Ideal Preparation Conditions:
- It is recommended to soak a teaspoon in about 250ml of water at 85°C - 100°C for 3-5 minutes.
- The same tea can be brewed twice.