Red Tea 紅茶

Incorrectly called “black tea” in the western hemisphere, red tea (hóngchá) is so called for the distinctive color of the liquor (the brewed beverage), ranging from the amber-orange of Darjeeling to the ruby hue of Keemun. Some red teas are specifically prepared or blended for adding milk or sugar, some are meant to be enjoyed without. All can be made into excellent iced tea.

Each package of my tea contains enough to prepare ten 16-oz. (large) servings, or about thirteen 12-oz. (regular) servings. Precise steeping instructions are always on the label, as well as here on this website for your reference.

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