Copy of Chinese Black Tea - Dianhong

Regular price $22.00

Dianhong 滇红 means "Yunnan Red", is a Chinese black tea which comes from Yunnan.

It’s considered a relatively high-end gourmet black tea. The main difference between Dianhong and other black teas is the number of fine leaf buds, or "golden tips", present in the tea. Dianhong teas produce a brew that is brassy golden orange in color with a gentle earthy aroma and no astringency. It has a substantial body, and after brewing, it tastes deep and smooth.

100g/3.5oz: approx. 85 x 240ml/8oz-cup

High Caffeine

Picked in Spring 2020 

What to look for

Tightly rolled leaf - dappled in colour, with both dark green and grey-green hues.


Very complex, combining honey, nuts, autumn fruits, brown sugar, chocolate and more.

In the cup

Rich golden warmth.


Rounded, smooth and complete with fruit and nut against a smooth, honeyed texture.


A complex tea with soothing notes of autumn fruits and roasted hazelnut.

Direct from the origins

This Premium grade Dragon Well Green Tea is from XiHu area, which is famed in China for producing the best Long Jing teas, and is in an area with a mix of mountains, forests, small creeks and quality tea gardens.

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The Long Jing Village Tea Garden is located in the Xihu (“West Lake”) area and is the place of origin of Xihu Long Jing tea. The tea producers in this area strongly recognize the importance of the local ecosystem to their tea, and work hard to preserve both the local tea culture and the natural environment.

Brewing Method

Cup Method

Tea: 2 Teaspoons / 2g Tea

Teacup: 8.8oz / 250ml

Temp: 185℉ / 85℃

Brewing time: 3 - 5 mins

Gaiwan Method

Tea: 2 Teaspoons / 2g Tea

Teacup: 8.8oz / 250ml

Temp: 185℉ / 85℃

Brewing time: 3 - 5 mins


Xihu Long Jing - West Lake Dragon Well green tea - has a long, distinguished history of over 1200 years. During the Ming Dynasty, it became very popular and was listed as one of the top grade teas in China. During the reign of Emperor Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty, the Emperor’s love for this tea meant that it was frequently presented by petitioners as a royal tribute.

After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, Long Jing tea was divided into three categories - Lion Peak Long Jing, Mei Jia Wu Long Jing, and the premium Xihu Long Jing selected by TeaVivre. In 1996, the West Lake village of Hangzhou city was recognized by the government as the home of Long Jing tea. In recognition of the value and quality of this tea, and the importance of the local environment and culture in its production, the government introduced special protection for this area to preserve its natural state and unique tea culture.

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