I did a red tea tasting:
This one stood out the most out of the three that I drank. The tea was alike the regular dian hong; however, it was spotted with brilliant crimson leaves. The leaves gave off a spicy and sweet aroma with dark coco dust and burnt resin. I warmed my gaiwan and scooped them inside. The aroma heated into some cooked meat savory tones along with spices and roasted dark fruit. I washed the leaves once and prepped for brewing. The drink was thick and tasteful with roasted berries along with some leather and malt. The mixture was very interesting, and I noted that I continued to keep reaching for more. The soup was savory, sweet, pungent, and rustic. I really liked this tea.
There is multiple pictures, so you have to scroll to see them all:
Flavors: Berry, Dark Chocolate, Leather, Malt, Meat, Roasted, Spicy, Sweet