DianHong GongFu

DianHong GongFu

My dry leaves are dark brown-grey with lots of golden tips; they smell
dry fruit, especially figs, with some woody and spicy notes.
Steep me, smell my wet leaves and be surprised by mineral notes, bark, cinnamon, rye bread, pain d’√©pices, maybe some obscure cigar?
My liquor is exquisitely beautiful light amber. Take a sip and you will feel sweetness, almost as if you were drinking liquid honey…
May be you might a little bit bored by absence of bitterness; I am too polite to express it too quickly. Want to feel my dark side? Try steeping me a few seconds longer.
A warning: you have to keep me hot. Once cold, i become a little bit blunt… Pair me with roasted figs, goat cheese and walnuts¬† – just don’t add mint in this recipe.
Answer: Dian Hong red tea from old trees (2016)



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