Dian Hong Mao Feng

TASTING NOTES: grapes, caramel candy, chamomile

Dian Hong also known as Red Hairy Peaks, is a classic Chinese red / black tea with a unique sweet taste.

Variety: Black tea, Chinese tea Origin: Yunnan, China

Resembling a dark oolong in appearance but boasting a taste all its own, this tea has a remarkable origin story.

Bred in 1999 through a cross between a native Taiwanese tea species and a Burmese sinensis varietal, it was discovered by researchers at the Taiwan Tea Research and Extension Station to produce exceptional black tea.

Remarkably smooth on the palate, it delivers a candy-like concord grape flavor balanced by the astringency of grape skins, complemented by subtle hints of chamomile, mint, and fresh-cut flowers, reminiscent of bold Ceylon teas and vibrant, splashy colors.

Careful steeping allows for multiple balanced infusions, making it a delightful choice for those who appreciate fruity notes and delightful surprises.

Tea Province

Tea Region

Harvest Year

Tea Season

Nantou, Taiwan

Mingjian (300-400m)


November (winter harvest)

The Kuo Family
📍 Mingjian, Nantou, Taiwan

Tasting notes

grape skin, dried chamomile

dried flowers, fresh wood

grapes, sweet flowers, chamomile, mint


Tea amount

Water amount

Steeping time

90 °C

3-4 gram


5 infusions: 45, 45, 45, 60, 90 sec


Tea amount

Water amount

Steeping time

90 °C

6 gram


5 min

Du'sha tea jars

This chic and modern violet glass jar is perfect for tea storage and wonderfully sustainable. The glass is specially treated to protect natural products like herbs, spices, and tea from harmful sunlight, heat, and humidity. You can wash it by hand or in the dishwasher and reuse it indefinitely.

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