Ranked second in Keemun grading, just after Hao Ya A, this tea is similar in appearance to Hao Ya A & is known for its generous showing of buds & tips. Hao Ya B steeps to a sweet orchid-scented, full-bodied cup. bright reddish-brown in color. Toasty & mellow with complex winy notes.
Chinese Black Tea (Organic)
1. Fill kettle with fresh water, then heat.
2. Warm your teapot with a little hot water, discard, place your tea leaves in teapot, allowing heat of the pot to release bouquet of the tea leaves.
3. Heat water to rolling boil (212°). Steep 1 teaspoon (2.5 g/8 oz. cup) up to 5 minutes.
*Vary time according to taste, & remember that steeping tea leaves beyond 5 mins does not contribute to flavor, only bitterness.