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This rare Chinese black tea from the Yunnan Province in China, made from striking gold buds, has flavors of chocolate, ripe dates and molasses. We are happy to be able to bring this to your table.
The caffeine level for this tea is moderate.
For best brewing results: use 2 level teaspoons of tea, add water at 212 degree temperature and steep for 4 minutes.
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