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Organic Royal Yunnan Gold

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$5.85$12.60 (from $0.22/cup)

This delicious organic tea from Yunnan has a rich aroma of caramel and honey and is sure to delight. The deep copper liquor has a medium body with hints of berries and stone fruit and a lingering dry finish. Organic Yunnan Royal Gold is the perfect afternoon tea. It pairs beautifully with dessert. It can be enjoyed plain, but it is absolutely decadent with cream.

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1 review for Organic Royal Yunnan Gold

  1. Anthony

    I’ve been drinking this tea for my morning breakfast tea this week, and I’ve really enjoyed it. A little bit different flavor than a malty Assam or Ceylon, but could totally be interchangeable as a morning cup with milk, etc. It has a little bit of smokiness, fruit, and a fragrant leather thing going. It’s got sort of a rustic, refined taste.

    And yes, milk pairs with it super well.

    Also, I’m not sure how the caffeine profile holds up to other black teas, but for whatever reason this one seems a little milder, which I like. Had three full cups this morning and haven’t yet had the “oh no, I better dial it back” sensation.

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Description

Organically grown in Yunnan, the most southwestern province of China.  Yunnan is widely regarded as the birthplace of tea. Today, 260 of the world’s 380 varieties of tea can be found growing wild there. In fact, the oldest cultivated tea tree which is over 800 years old is located there. This delicious handcrafted tea is full of beautiful golden tips that produce a deep coppery liquor with slight astringency.

Brewing Instructions

Everyone experiences tea differently. These instructions are for western style brewing and are suggestions only. Adjust to your preferences and enjoy!
Tea: 3 grams per 6-ounce (175mL) cup.
Water: 212°F (100°C).
Steep: 3 minutes.
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