Liubao tea (六堡茶) from Guangxi province is to many an unknown tea, however it has a long history. Rumoured to be the forerunner of Shu Puer, it shares a number of characteristics, though retaining its own distinct and subtle flavours.
A rich, dark tea (黑茶) with earthy tones, Liubao tea is best served black. As with Puer, Liubao tea will improve with age, over time different nuances will become more evident.
Wan Ling selected the 6918 recipe for it's great flavours and balance. We have expanded our selection of Liubao tea to include these conveniently packed 125g pouches.
Known by the Chinese as black tea, hei-cha (黑茶), they are increasingly known outside of China as dark teas in order to avoid confusion. Great value, great taste.
Altenative Names: Liu Bao, Dark Tea, Guangxi, Hei Cha,
Description of Packaging: Resealable Pouch
Storage guide: Store away from strong smells and out of direct line. Best kept in an air tight container.
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