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China - Other Congou

Chinese congous are technically called "red teas" by China tea experts. A little milk or sugar enhances the smooth, full-bodied flavor of Chinese black teas, and quite often, a basic congou will be served at Chinese restaurants.


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 1. TP04: China Black Flowery Orange Pekoe

Characteristic black China tea. Frequently served in Chinese restaurants.

*Some variations are limited:

    250g tin: 9 remaining
    500g packet: Sold Out

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 2. TP60: China Congou Panyang (Panyong)

South China black tea with a bold leaf reminiscent of Keemun, but with its own uniquely interesting flavor.
Average Customer Review:   4 out of 5 stars - review details

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    250g tin: 4 remaining
    500g packet: 4 remaining
    1000g bag: 1 remaining

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 3. ZK15: Jiangxi Province Organic Congou

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These slender, tightly curled black leaves yield an excellent liquor at a modest price. The cup is fresh and lively with classic Burgundy nuances and hints of oak. The cup has a light floral nuance and a note of Honeycrisp apple. The hue of the cup is dark reddish-gold ...

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    1000g bag: 4 remaining

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 4. ZK16: Organic China Black FOP

Well-twisted leaves with golden tips, producing a liquor that has the character of a non-smoky Keemun. The Burgundy-like flavor notes end with a sweet, clean finish.
Average Customer Review:   4 out of 5 stars - review details

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    125g tin: 2 remaining
    250g tin: 2 remaining

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 5. ZK23: Hunan Mao Feng

This Hunan province specialty has a lovely character and bright briskness. The dry leaves and liquor have an enticing aroma, with notes of rose and mahogany. The finish has a lingering note of cocoa, leaving a fullness on the tongue.
Average Customer Review:   5 out of 5 stars - review details

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    400g packet: 2 remaining

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 6. ZK55: Sichuan Zao Bei Jian

An extremely well made special tea from Sichuan (Szechuan) province. One of the finest black teas available today. Reddish liquor, clean taste, mellow flavor. Exquisite!
Average Customer Review:   5 out of 5 stars - review details

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    250g tin: 3 remaining

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 7. ZK58: Black Tie-Guan-Yin

From Fujian province, this is a fully oxidized tea made from a cultivar normally used to produce Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong. The cup has a round flavor, with notes of red wine, and toasty hints. The aroma has a sweet note and a subtle hint of cocoa. Unlike the lot of Black Tie-Guan-Yin we offered in the ...

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 8. ZK78: Old Tree Bohea

Authentic Bohea is in a class by itself, grown in the Bohea Hills (Wu-Yi Shan), and hand-processed as in the days of Robert Fortune's visits to that area. This Fujian province classic Congou has a smooth character, with delicate hints of chocolate and subtle toasty nuances. The flavor and aroma are ...

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 9. ZK81: Chingwo Congou Super Grade

From Fujian province, this finest grade of Chingwo has lovely, well-twisted leaves wih a silky appearance. Southern China Congou has often been referred to as the "claret" of tea, and this example confirms that analogy. The smooth, complex cup has winey notes with orchid-like hints and a long finish ...
Average Customer Review:   4 out of 5 stars - review details

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    6g sample: Sold Out
    50g packet: 4 remaining

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 10. ZK86: Hubei Golden Tips Imperial

The beautiful, uninfused leaves have a wonderful aroma, with a sweet essence that has a faint evergreen note. The overall appearance is stunning, with plentiful golden buds, yielding a smooth liquor with medium body and subtle berry notes.

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