Famous black teas in China include: Qimen black tea, English and German black tea, Yunnan red tea, Sichuan red tea, Ninghong and other varieties.
Black tea is a variety of tea. Black tea can refresh the mind, promote digestion, and quench thirst. So what are the types of black tea? Let’s find out together.
Qimen black tea: the main origin is Qimen County in Anhui Province. Used for making Qimen black tea are eight different leaf varieties of Big Leaf, Chu Leaf, Willow Leaf, Early Tooth, Chestnut Lacquer, Late Tooth, Big Willow Leaf and Purple Bud Leaf.
Yingde Black Tea: It is mainly produced in Yingde, north-central Guangdong Province. The dry tea color is black and tender, the aroma is pure, the tea soup color is bright and red, the taste is mellow and sweet, and the distinctive aroma is “flowers and flowers”, which is high and lasting. The bottom leaves are soft, uniform and bright.
Dianhong: mainly produced in western and southern Yunnan, in Baoshan, Lincang and other areas of Yunnan, it belongs to large-leaf tea varieties.
Sichuan Red: mainly produced in Yibin, Sichuan Province. The area has a mild climate and abundant rainfall, which is suitable for the growth of tea plants. Chuanhong dry tea color and lustre are all neat and beautiful, with a little, the fragrance is fresh without mixed flavor, has a unique flower and fruit aroma.
Ninghong: The main production areas are in Jiangxi’s Tonggu, Xiushui, Wuning and other areas. Ning black tea has a strong and mellow taste, the soup color of the tea is bright, there are obvious golden circles around the cup, the bottom of the leaves is uniform and red and bright, the dry tea strips are tight, the oil is moist and even, and the aroma is rich and long-lasting.