Chuanhong, produced in Yibin City, Sichuan Province and other places, was created in the 1950s, later than Dianhong.
Since its inception, Chuanhong has enjoyed a high reputation in the international market. It has been sold well in the Soviet Union, France, Britain, Germany, Romania and other countries for many years, making it a rising star of Chinese Gongfu black tea .
The ropes are plump, round and tight, with golden hair, black and oily color, fresh aroma with dry sugar, mellow and fresh taste, thick and bright soup color, thick and soft red at the bottom of the leaves.
This is the only China black loose leaf tea produced in the Sichuan Province of China. It contains lots of golden buds. Expect a caramel fragrance from the dry loose tea leaves and a hint of it in the taste, along with rose petals and camphor wood. It makes an interesting alternative to Earl Grey. The leaves can take 2 to 3 infusions.