Expensive State Guest Da Hung Pao Tea from China

State Guest Da Hung Pao - China world's most expensive tea
State Guest Da Hung Pao

It’s been long reported, that the fragrance of State Guest Da Hung Pao tea can often last until the next day.

State Guest Da Hung Pao is a long-lasting tea with a delicate perfume.

Similar to oolong, which is a semi-fermented tea, tea lovers will often pay big bucks to enjoy a cup of State Guest Da Hung Pao tea.

With 40 stores across greater China, you can enjoy a cup of State Guest Da Hung Pao tea at a Wu Yi Star Teahouse.

Wu Yi Star Teahouse charges a rate of 16,800 Hong Kong dollars (US$2,160) for a small pinch of leaves weighing around 50 grams.

Don’t be fooled by the expensive price. There is strong demand for this tea but limited supply at the chain of China tea shops.

Only 100 canisters of State Guest Da Hung Pao tea are available each year and are sold out usually in less than two months.

Don’t wait to long, because the waiting list for the 2011-year harvest is already underway.

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