Royal Black Tea - Regal essence since 1851
Our Royal Black Tea succeeds to the legendary black tea which was first invented during the middle Manchu Dynasty. With more and more foreigners coming into the Manchu Empire, the export for Chinese teas was increasingly demanded.
The Britain’s love for black teas was already known worldwide, but there was one certain kind of black tea they especially desired from China. It was a mystery breed of tea of a Chinese minority group, and it was so rare that the British valued it as same as gold. Until one day, a young man named Hu successfully produced the British craved tea from the help of his family.
From then on, this black tea had been exported to more than twenty countries around the world, and was even honored as the tribute tea for the British Royal Family in the 1800s. At the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Tan Yang Gong Fu black tea was crowned a golden award for its outstanding taste. Today, Lahaha is finally able to bring the newly branded Tan Yang Gong Fu to the public, so everyone can get a royal treat from the “Royal Black Tea”.
The origin of Lahaha Royal Black Tea was created successfully by Mr.Hu at 1851.
Lahaha Royal Black Tea was exported to England since Qing Denisty, and appointed as the British Royal Family Tea.
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In 2007, Royal Black Tea was honored " Primary Tea of China" for the upcoming Olympic game.
Ingredients and Procedures:
Royal Black Tea retains all traditional procedures from hundreds of years ago. It’s most impressive part is the isolation process which is the picking and filtering stage for all the tea leaves before they are further dealt with. We make sure to pick only the strongest and the freshest whole leaves to process through drying, pressuring, fermentation and others. Another note for our black tea is that we break the cells of tea leaves through these procedures, so they can even release more tastes to their fullest potential.