Ying Ming Yunnan Black Tea

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Nature’s beauty is a gift that cultivates appreciation and gratitude…

What is it?

To some, it’s the jewel on the crown of Chinese luxury black tea. To others, it’s just a sweet brew.

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This burnt umber full-bodied brew comes to you from the leafy Chinese province of Yunnan, where it’s produced only on moist and cool days. High-grown and harder to come by than most teas, this full, sweet, and utterly delicious tea is one for the bucket list.

 

Taste

This black tea has the makings of a fine brew, as you can tell as soon as you douse it in water. As the aromas waft away from your cup, you’ll feel notes of malt, barley, and oat infused in the twirl of fragrances. It may be a traditional black tea, with a somewhat rustic profile, but this doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s a luxury tea with a smooth warmth and character all its own.

 

Caffeine Level

With its moderate caffeine levels of 27mg to 35mg per cup, this brew is a refreshing alternative to the brew most people blame for not getting a wink of sleep – coffee.

 

Ingredients

Premium grade black tea.

Quality of Leaves

Flowery Tippy Orange Pekoe (FTOP) processed using Orthodox methods.

 

Where Does It Come From?

Grown at 4,000ft. above sea level, this tea comes from the leafy Yunnan Province in China.

 

Who Is This Tea For?

It’s a tea for the discerning palate with an open mind and a penchant for taking the road less travelled.

 

What Are the Health Benefits?

The health benefits of black tea are too many to count. But if you’d like to skim through some of the most well-known ones, please click here.

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Packet Size

40g, 60g, 125g, 250g

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