The leaves are golden but the water is bright and red. The fresh scent of this tea will linger in the air as you enjoy its depth of flavour.
About Ying De Jiu
Yingde produces some of China’s finest black tea since as far back as the Ming dynasty. Known as one of the top three black teas, it achieved global popularity when the British family served it at a royal banquet in 1963. Ying De Jiu (No. 9 Ying De) is the best of the Ying De black teas.
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