Nowhere in the world is there as diverse a selection of dramatic teas as in China. In Chinese society there are historical, legendary and religious connotations including manufacturing, serving and consumption of tea.
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There's not just one China black tea. To see some of the possibilities, look through our selection of loose leaf China black teas. Nine Bend Black Dragon, an after dinner drink, is classic and full bodied black tea. Others, however, have hints of fruit. Keemun Panda, for example, has a wine and fruit aftertaste. A blend, as well, can have a lychee infusion. For a stronger blend, consider lapsang souchong, a tea that originated in the Fujian provide. Made out of pine wood-dried leaves from the Wuyi mountains, lapsang souchong is a China black tea with a distinct smoky flavor.