is a Chinese black tea which is used as a relatively high end gourmet black tea and is sometimes used in various tea blends. The main difference between Dian hong and other Chinese black teas is the amount of
fine leaf buds, or "golden tips," present in the dried tea.
This hand picked and produced tea is made from buds of the Yunnan larger leaf variety of the tea trees.After picking
it is meticulously processed by hand using the traditional “Gongfu” processing techniques, and then fully oxidised
(fermented). While not containing as much caffeine as coffee, its moderate caffeine and lively taste is perfect to give
you a good boost to get you started in the morning.
Brewing Guide: 1 to 2 teaspoon (2 grams) of tea leaves is recommended for every 150ml (5 oz) of water. Ideal water temperature is 100°c (212°F). For the first and second brewing, leaves should be steeped for about one minute. Gradually increase water temperature and steeping time for subsequent brewing. It is also recommended that you use porcelain or glass-based teaware. Warm the steeping vessels by rinsing them with hot water prior to brewing.
1).Anti-Aging: Black tea can help fight aging.
2). Conservation stomach: Black tea also have good effects on the treatment of ulcers
3). Lower blood pressure: the formation of a tea processing aminobutyric acid with blood pressure lowering effect
4). Detoxication: Black tea contain kinds of Polyphenols can detoxicate.
5). Strong Skeleton: the high fluoride content in tea , the prevention of dental caries , dental care , and the teeth are useful .
6). Prevent and relieve many disease, such as: cancer, haemangioma, vascular sclerosis, thrombus and so on.