Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea
Product name: High-roasted Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea
Item code: XYL-061
Ingredients: Da Hong Pao Oolong
Origin: Fujian, China
Standard: EU standard; CN standard
Package: 500g/bag; or pyramid tea bag
Shelf time: 36 months
Storage method: keep in dry place, sealed, away from direct sunlight.
Details about this tea knowledge, pls scroll down to check more!
DRINKS & SOP
Grass Jelly Bubble Tea
Tea soup: 200ml, milk: 60g, cream: 30g, fructose : 30g, ice cubes : 140g，grass jelly ：150g，red bean ：40g，raisins ：10g，crushed peanuts :10g, crystal pearls:30g.
Add grass jelly, red beans, crystal pearls, crushed peanuts, dried raisins to the finished cup, then add tea soup, milk, coffee milk, fructose, and ice cubes into the shaker and shake evenly before pouring into the cup.
Da Hong Pao Ice Cream Tea
Tea soup: 250ml, fructose: 30g, ice cubes :200g，ice cream ball：1 pc
Add tea soup, fructose, and ice cubes to the shaker, shake it evenly and pour it into the finished cup, then add ice cream ball.
Da Hong Pao
A little knowledge about Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea
What is Da Hong Pao?
Da Hong Pao is a type of oolong tea that originates from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province, China. Wuyi rock tea has a long history, and Dahongpao is considered one of the finest varieties among them.
There is a small story behind the name "Da Hong Pao." In 1385, during the Ming Dynasty, a scholar named Ding Xian was traveling to the capital for an examination and fell ill with severe abdominal pain while passing through the Wuyi Mountains. Fortunately, he encountered a monk at the Tianxin Yongle Temple who brewed tea from the leaves he had and gave it to Ding Xian to drink. Miraculously, the pain subsided. After Ding Xian achieved the highest score in the examination and became the top scholar, he went back to express his gratitude to the monk and asked about the origin of the tea leaves. Upon learning the location, he took off his robe, called "Dahongpao," and draped it around the tea bushes, hence giving rise to the name "Dahongpao." Ding Xian brought back a tin of Dahongpao tea to the capital.
Upon his return, Ding Xian coincidentally encountered the empress, who was suffering from an illness that no doctors could cure. He presented the tin of tea leaves, and after the empress consumed it, her health gradually improved. The emperor was overjoyed and rewarded Ding Xian with a red robe, instructing him to personally go to the Nine-Dragon Nest (pronounced as Jiulongke) and drape the robe on the tea bushes as a sign of imperial favor. He also appointed someone to oversee the tea production and ensure that all the tea leaves were offered as tribute, forbidding any private possession. Since then, Wuyi rock tea, specifically Da Hong Pao, became a tea exclusively enjoyed by the imperial court. The name "Da Hong Pao" originated from the tradition of officials sent by the court wearing red robes and hanging them on the tea bushes. This is why it is called "Dahongpao."
What is the aroma and taste of this tea? What are its characteristics compared to other products?
The aroma of this tea is distinct, with a noticeable roasted fragrance. It has a rich and mellow taste, providing a full-bodied and satisfying tea experience. It showcases the distinct regional characteristics and leaves a long-lasting sweet aftertaste.
What is the brewing method for this product?
The brewing method for this product is as follows: Heat water to 100 degrees Celsius, cover and steep for 15 minutes.At the 7-8 minutes mark of steeping, gently stir. After filtering, add ice cubes. (Tea：water：ice ratio = 1:30:15).
What types of beverages is this product suitable for?
This product is suitable for making milk tea, lemon tea, milk cap tea, and fresh milk milk tea.