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Dark Tea | Pu Er | O-FIVE RARE TEA BAR

Dark Tea | Fermented Tea

Dark Tea (黑茶) is called heicha (roughly pronounced ‘hey cha’) in Chinese and kuro cha in Japanese. The direct translation of 黑茶 is black tea.

Definition: Tea leaves (sometimes with other parts of the plant) that have undergone a microbial fermentation.  

To clarify: This style of tea should not be confused with the Western definition of ‘black tea’, which applies to ‘oxidized’ (not fermented) tea, and is called ‘red tea’ in the East.

For (arguably) the most famous sub category of Dark Tea, please check out our Pu Er tea collection.

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