Keemun Black Tea
Keemun 祁门红茶 is  an iconic black tea from China, hailing from Qimen county in Anhui Province. The small village is blessed by nature: nestled in mountains, mild weather with sufficient rainfall and sunlight and fertile soil, making it the perfect place to grow tea.("Keemun" was the English spelling for "Qimen" during the colonial era.)

Although synonymous with black tea now, Qimen did not have any black tea plantation until the mid 19th century. Like most tea producing regions of China, it was dedicated to green tea. It was not until a well-traveled local merchant who had been inspired by the growing popularity of black tea in Britain did he decide to pioneer producing black tea in Qimen. After years of tireless studying and experimentation, he finally mastered the making of black tea which involved a complicated process of fermentation.

It was mainly exported and Britain was one of its main importers besides France, US, German, etc. Once upon a time (1939-1940), Keemun recorded the highest selling price at the wholesale market at New York City as compared to other famous black tea, e.g., India, Ceylon black tea.
Up to date, it enjoys equal popularity and fame as Darjeeling Tea from India and Uva Black Tea from Sri Lanka. The Imperial and Noble Family used to treat it as a fashionable beverage and presented it as a Gift Tea during special occasion.
Tasting and brewing
The aroma of Keemun is fruity, with hints of pine, dried plum and floweriness (but not at all as floral as Darjeeling tea) which creates the very distinctive and balanced taste. It also displays a hint of orchid fragrance and the so-called 'China tea sweetness. The tea can have a more bitter taste and the smokiness can be more defined depending on the variety and how it was processed. Good Qimen should contain many yellow young buds among the black leaves, giving the tea a more delicate flavor.
Keemun is typically drunk without milk or sugar; outside China it may also be taken with milk.The brewed liquor transforms into a beautiful maroon orange color. After brewing, one can immediately smell the unique longan and orchid aroma. Taking a small sip, the aroma envelops one’s mouth and lingers on for a long time

Keemun Black Tea has been awarded for many times at international and domestic tea contest. The main awards are:
1913:  Keemun Black Tea was awarded the Gold Prize at the Expo held at Italy
1915:  It won the Gold Prize during the Expo (万国博览会) held at Panama
1987: During the 26th World Premium Food Product Contest held at Belgium, Keemun has won the gold prize.
1988: Keemun was awarded the gold prize during the 1st Food Expo in China..
a black  tea with a winey and fruity taste, designated as a China Famous Tea.One of the 3 major black teas in the world.
Yunnan Black Tea
Dian hong "Yunnan Red", is a Chinese black tea which is used as a relatively high end gourmet black tea and is sometimes used in various tea blends.

Dianhong has large plump leaves and a thin layer of white fur on the surface. However, most of the Dianhong available on the market has been compressed into tea cakes and broken into small pieces. Dianhong has an intense reddish brown color.  Fermented with lychee, rose and longan, Dian hong teas produces a brew that is brassy golden orange in color with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency.When brewed, the tea tastes smooth and deep. It has a substantial body and a lingering earthy aroma. Even after adding milk, one can still clearly taste the true flavors of Dianhong.
Dianhong is a type of black tea native to Yunnan Province in China. It grows in the Southern and Southwestern parts of the region. The average sea level of the tea plantations is above 1000 meters. The climate is warm throughout the year, around 22c. The land is blessed with fertile conditions perfect for tea growth.
Broken Yunnan 滇紅碎茶:A cheap tea used for blending which contains very few golden buds and is generally bitter on its own. You can spot this tea easily as the dried leaves are largely black in color with only a few bursts of golden tips. The brew is dark and not brassy but reddish-brown. The taste can sometimes be as strong as cooked pu-erh tea.
Yunnan Gold 滇紅工夫茶: A Dian hong with fewer golden buds and more dark tea leaves. It is on par with the pure gold, and is priced similarly, but makes teas with slightly different characteristics. The brew a brassy red color different from other black teas and a vivid sweetness not quite as intense as "Yunnan pure gold".  
Yunnan Pure Gold 金芽滇紅: Considered the best type of Dian hong tea. It contains only golden tips, which are usually covered in fine hairs. When viewed from a distance, the dried tea appears bright orange in colour. The tea liquor is bright red in colour and exhibits a gentle aroma and a sweet taste. The leaves are reddish brown after being brewed. 
The main difference between Dian hong and other Chinese black teas is the amount of fine leaf buds, or "golden tips," present in the dried tea.
JiuQu HongMei
HuHong GongFu
NingHong GongFu
Jiu Qu Hong Mei is also named "Long Jing (dragon well) Hong Cha"( from the same producing area as the Long Jing teas) and  "Jiu Qu Hong". A very rare and famous tea from the Zhejian Province of China, It is from 500 meters Da Hu Mountain, the suburb of Hangzhou city, the Peak is a basin. Jiu Qu Hong Mei is a rare black tea, first developed in 1926.
Jiu Qu Hong Mei is so called because of the "red plum"/"Hong Mei" color of the brew that it produces. and is a fine tea that rivals other high quality teas since it is pick by the "two leaves and a bud" principle. This results in a brew that is warm & pleasing to the stomach.
Hu Hong Gongfu tea produced in the Anhua, Xinhua, Lianyuan area, located in the middle of Hunan.Tea garden four seasons, a subtropical monsoon humid climate, loess soil is red, slightly acidic, abundant light, abundant rainfall, suitable for tea growing.
Hu Hong Gongfu tea has Gongfu tea, broken black tea, OP black tea three categories, nearly fifty varieties. Hu Hong Gongfu tea represented by Anhua Gongfu, shape is tightly and fat,high aroma, taste is mellow and thick, soup color is thick, Tea leafs is red dull. Pingjiang Gongfu is high aroma, but less neat. Xinhua, Taoyuan Gongfu’s shape is tightly,more tips, tip is good, but low aroma. Lianyuan Gongfu tea as a new tea, shape is tight and slender, light fragrance.
Ning Hong is the earliest work done one black tea. Major producing counties in Jiangxi province, Wuning drum, second, and adjacent to the Xiushui Street area of Hunan orang Pingjiang longevity tea processing tea factory from Nanjing Red Xiushui work, the tea with a unique style, excellent quality and world famous. 
Xiushui a long history of tea, black tea production began in Xiushui Daoguang early years. since black tea from Daoguang quarter, the Jiangxi estimated passenger revenue Yining County of tea, black tea due to the practice of religion into the Cave." "Yi Ning Zhou Chi," a "reign name of Yi Ning a, kind of Growing Scots all over the country, system of law is green tea, black tea, oolong, pekoe, flowers, brick tea variety "is defined Xiushui Wuning old in Nanjing, Nanjing, said the state of black tea produced in black tea, called Ning Hong. 
 As a famous breed of green tea in North China, Laoshan tea is produced in Laoshan Mountain in Qingdao, Shandong Province. Being the only mountain over one thousand meters in altitude along China’s coastline, Laoshan Mountain is a time-honored famous Taoist mountain with picturesque scenery and pleasant weather. Tea trees growing here are of long growth period due to the unique weather and favorable entironment. Therefore, the tea leaves nurtured by the excellent natural conditions on the mountain are featured by thickness, mellow savor, abundance in nutrition, and natural fragrance, while the liquor is clear and jade green.
Laoshan tea is a famous breed of tea nurtured by the renowned mountain and springs on it. There are lots of famous springs in the Laoshan Mountain. The water there is clear, free of pollution, sweetish and abundant in minerals beneficial to human health. Laoshan tea brewed in such spring water is excellent in color, figure, scent, savor and artistic conception.
First produced mechanically in 1959. It is in this year that the tea was first mass-produced using machine and factory processes.

The tea when dry appears as a bundle of curled and dried black tea leaves that smell much like cocoa. When infused, the leaves turn the water a more amber color and the brew has a peppery taste with a hint of sweetness at the end. he tea should have a cocoa-like aroma and like most Chinese black teas a sweet aftertaste.Some quality varieties are produced, which often look like leaf Oolong.
The black tea is often drunk straight with no additions. The tea itself is prepared much in the same way as other more traditional hong cha. This means brewing the tea for around four minutes with the amount of leaves used dependent on how strong or weak the brewer wants the tea to be.

LaoShan Black Tea
Ying De Black Tea
Laoshan black tea is made by black tea production process processing with superior Mt. Laoshan tea.
Yingdehong tea is a black tea from Yingde, Guangdong province, China. The tea tasted good and the best kind is "Ying Hong NO.9", and much of the tea is exported. Known by its full name of Yingde Hongcha in Chinese, other names for the tea include Ying de Black, Ying Hong and Guangdong Black tea.
Jasmine Black Tea
Osmanthus Black Tea
Rose Black Tea
A refreshing blend of exclusive quality tea, enhanced with jasmine flavor. 
A fine Chinese black tea scented with Jasmine Blossoms in the same way as the more widely known green tea. The blossoms are layered between black tea at night as they open, a process that is repeated several times.
Osmanthus tea is produced by combining dried Sweet Osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans) flowers with black tea leaves.Traditional Chinese medicine claims that drinking osmanthus tea improves complexion and helps rid the body of excess nitric oxide, a compound that is linked
Rose Black Tea is made from Chinese black tea which has been scented with rose petals. this tea is made in China in the traditional way: red rose petals and the tea are mixed together and then separated by sieving, leaving the tea naturally scented. Only a few petals are left behind. This is the most natural way of scenting teas. 
HaiNan Black Tea---XiangLan Black Tea(香兰红茶)

Hainan Island, tropical climate and denounce the environment most suitable for the growth of natural tea and fragrant Orchid Splendour of vanilla planifolia. Natural vanilla is known as "Queen of flavor in the world", its fragrance can make you relaxed and happy, thinking extension opened. This product uses cover companies successfully develop efficient eco-agriculture in the early 90--vanilla and Hainan wuzhi mountain quality tea resources as raw materials, high-tech processing technologies which are natural tea drinks in four seasons is suitable for men, women and children's health.
Chuan Hong is a fine, crisp black tea produced in Sichuan Province.
Sichuan congou black tea presents a gold hairy appearance with a strong, round and tight strip. It has a shiny dark luster. Endowed with an innate pure caramel-like fragrance, it tastes mellow, fresh and brisk. When brewed the soup looks darkly bright. Its tealeaves are thick, soft and harmoniously red. Ever since its first appearance Sichuan congou black tea has gained a high reputation in the international tea market and has sold well in countries such as Soviet, France, Britain, Germany, Romania, etc. and is thereby considered as an up-rising star of Chinese congou black tea. 
HaiNan Black Tea
Chuan Hong GongFu
TaiWan GongFu
YueHong GongFu
FuLiang GongFu
Sun Moon Lake Black Tea(Ri Yue Tan black tea) is a rare black tea from Taiwan.The tea has been recognized as one of the most prestigious black tea enjoyed by the royals and officials.
Yuehong Gongfu tea is produced in Shaoxing, Zhuji,and  Shengzhou County of Zhejiang Province. Yuehong Gongfu tea picking strict standards to a bud and a leaf or a bud and two leaves as a standard, fresh leaves after withering, rolling, fermentation, drying four refining processes.
Fu Liang Gong Fu black tea is produced in JinDeZhen, JiangXi province, which is also capital of chinese procelain. Fu liang gong fu has another name :”Fu Hong”
This tea exudes a noticeable aroma and leaves a refreshing flavor over your tongue.
Gui Hong Gong Fu
YiHong GongFu
ZhaoPing GongFu
Guihong Gongfu tea produced in Baise City of Guangxi. Guihong Gongfu tea select local white hair tea as raw materials, picking before Guyu and the Ching Ming, the standard is a bud or a bud and two leaves. Guihong Gongfu tea includes plucking, withering, rolling, fermentation, drying and other refining processes.
Yihong Gongfu tea produced in the Hefeng, Changyang, Enshi, Yichang Country of Hubei. Yihong Gongfu tea has primary processing and refining two stages. Primary processing is plucking, withering, rolling, fermentation, drying; refined processing is divided into 3 Sections and 3 procedures.
Zhaoping gongfu blacl tea is from China well-known organic tea production area---Zhaoping County in Guangxi province, which has more than 1000 years history of tea production. .
Xin Yang Black Tea
YiXing Black Tea
DanCong Black Tea
.Xinyang Hong is a new variety created to diversify the tea production of Xinyang city
it was developed in close collaboration with some of Fujian’s best tea experts. 
A sweet, fragrant, full bodied Yixing black comprised almost entirely of exquisitely manicured single bud and single leaf pairs..
a modern black tea. The tea is made with Phoenix Dancong tea leaves. It is very different with the other Chinese black teas.
China Black Tea Map
Black tea is generally stronger in flavor than the less oxidized teas. Two principal varieties of the species are used – the small-leaved Chinese variety plant, used for most other types of teas, and the large-leaved Assamese plant, which was traditionally mainly used for black tea.