Hunan Black Tea PillarHunan Dark Tea Pillar (or thousand taels tea) is a traditional famous tea in Anhua. It is named after each tea pillar weighs exactly 1,000 taels. The production of Hunan Dark Tea Pillar has a history of more than a thousand years, and its craftsmanship has been included in China's Intangible Cultural Heritage List. Early production like the one in the Forbidden City has become a priceless treasure. Hunan Dark Tea Pillar is processed into “Heimao” tea with a unique process of fixing and drying under an open flame, and then shaped by a fully hand-made process. It is fermented and dried under natural conditions to form its unique quality and flavour.LockCha Hunan Black Tea Pillar is aged in Hong Kong. The body is orange-red and has a pine-smoked fragrance. The start is mellow and sweet, with a pure aftertaste, leaving a burst of aged fragrance in the mouth.
- Tea Category: Dark Tea
- Production Region: Anhua County, Hunan Province, China
- Net weight: 25g
- Brewing temperature: 95-100°C
- Brewing duration: 60-180 seconds