Strong Black Tea N6 | USDA Organic | TEA SIDE

2022 Ancient Trees Organic Black Tea N6, Loose Leaf

Origin: Thailand
Harvest: Spring 2022
Elevation: 1300 m
Trees' age: 100-300 y.o.
Availability: In Stock
Reward Points on purchase: 2 Details

Classical black tea from the old tea trees of northern Thailand. The factory is certified according to the USDA Organic standard.

In the strong taste of this tea, you can find dried fruits, light caramel, and floral notes. Inexpensive, economical, organic tea. With age prunes and powerful Qi energy will appear in taste.

We recommend drinking this black tea in the morning. It perfectly goes with pastry.

Reviews (5)

It is a very lovely hong cha, nothing extraordinary in taste, BUT it's extremely stimulating tea! Cha qi is strong, but not like hit in your face. I brewed this tea twice when we had hot weather here in Estonia, and no wonder I felt myself like an empty bag, I didn't want to do anything. But after every tea session, I felt myself concentrated and full of energy. So did my wife. Great tea! I'll take more.

I've been looking for a replacement for Dian Hong Gu Shu 2018. The current one is the closest.
A little finicky in brewing - gives a tartness. But the taste is worth it.

Honey-ish aftertaste. Taste good on its own and also together with milk.

A delightful Assam-style black. There are two major Assams: deep chocolate flavored and bright flavored. This is of the latter type. It induces a synesthesia of orange hues and warm light. As the other reviewer says, it's admirably resistant to hard brewing, and it brews at least three times.

Tea of very high quality.
Dry leaves smell sweetly with a tea rose and tropical fruits. In the taste there are tea rose, guava nectar, and figs, in the middle of the session a light rose-flower perfume slips. The surprising thing is that the rose also dominates in the aftertaste. Resistant to hard brewing. Tea of such level is worth a try!

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good
Related Products
TEA SIDE © 2012-2023