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|Other names||Guangdong Red, Guangdong Black, Ying De Black, Yingde, Ying Hong|
|Origin||Guangdong Province China|
|Quick description||Sweet tea|
Yingdehong tea (simplified Chinese: 英德红茶; traditional Chinese: 英德紅茶; pinyin: Yīngdé hóngchá; pronounced [íŋ.tɤ̌ xʊ̌ŋ.ʈʂʰǎ]) is a black tea from Yingde, Guangdong province, China. First produced mechanically in 1959. Much of the tea is exported. Some quality varieties are produced, which often look like leaf Oolong.
The tea should have a cocoa-like aroma and, like most Chinese black teas, a sweet aftertaste.