Black tea from China, Chinese black tea from Yunnan, Keemun or Szechwan
BLACK TEA from CHINA
Black tea was developed in China around the middle of the Ming Dynasty (14th-15th centuries).
The oldest garden producing black tea is located in the Wu Yi Mountain district, in northern Fujian Province.
Europeans call it “black tea”, because the oxidation process turns the leaves a very dark colour.
The Chinese, meanwhile, call it “red tea”, due to the colour of the liquor.
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