Da Hong Pao
One of several Rock Oolongs in our collection, Da Hong Pao has a tradition of production on the Wuyi mountains in Fujian Province, China stretching over 800 years. Rock oolongs like Da Hong Pao get their name honestly from the rocky terrain of the Wuyi mountains where they're grown.
Composed of dark, olive-colored whole leaves that are lightly twisted and baked, our Da Hong Pao yields a complex cup with sweet overtones of dried fruit and spice and a certain rustic cozy charm we think you'll enjoy - particularly in the cooler months or early summer mornings.
Da Hong Pao is one of our more heavily oxidized oolongs with a flavor profile that tends towards a well-balanced black tea in taste.
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