The price is for two ounces of tea. If steeped strong, you can get 25-30 cups of tea. Some may be able to get a second or third steep from the leaves.
The word Bohea is actually pronounced Bu-ee, a variation of the pronunciation of the Wu-yi Mountain range in China. This area of China is well known for the Lapsang style of tea which has a distinct smokiness in the flavor. However, Bohea has a sweeter flavor profile with fruit and oaky undertones instead of the darker flavors this region commonly produces. This Bohea offers a mellow and pleasant smokiness.
This particular tea variety is actually one that was present and tossed overboard during the Boston Tea Party in 1773!
Steep Temperature: 212 Degrees
Steep Time: 4-5 minutes
Ingredients: Chinese Black Tea
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