This is a beautiful tea. It’s earthy and sweet, and I suspect it’s going to become a favorite.
“Grrrrr... argh... I am so very sleepy this morning. I even hit snooze too many times and was subsequently late for work. D'oh! So simplicity is what this morning calls for. Brewed this up in...” Read full tasting note
“Yesterday I was home sick, but still working. I went to bed at 8:30 p.m. Today I felt a lot better, as I managed to get some sleep last night. I slept a good bit of today, too. I'm hoping...” Read full tasting note
“Lena was lovely and sent me an entire sample tin full of this. I was really excited to give it a try, so I steeped some today. I'm going to preface this by saying a couple of things. One, I am...” Read full tasting note
“This is a very fine, wiry looking leaf. The smell is earthy and sweet, like peat moss. First brew was five minutes. Fairly dark liquor, sweet and clean tasting like a Ceylon and finishing with...” Read full tasting note
Black tea from the Anhui region of China. Keemun tea, perhaps the most famous of Chinese varieties, is prized for its rich chocolate-like flavor, and sumptuous aroma. The ‘Keemun Rhapsody’ is a hand-made, limited production ‘superior mao feng’ grade tea. It is a rare embodiment of this tea’s wonderful potential, with taste bud entrancing cocoa notes, biscuit nuances, a whispering fruitiness and a flickering shadow of classic Keemun smokiness.
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Doesn’t have a very strong smell, but nice. but i suppose my nose is kinda stuffy. mmm, there’s something there i just can’t quite put my finger on.
Well, it seems to have a fairly light taste, at least when it’s still tongue-burning hot. Not that i would ever burn my tongue… ahem. Anywho, it’s got a bright taste that i like. Doesn’t taste really heavy like some stuff can. Yup, pretty good.
I found this tea yesterday at the market and thought I would give it a try. This is a black tea with a mild flavor and rich copper color. I did steep for 5 minutes and added one packet of sugar.
I have a small sample of this tea that I feel I will restock in the future.
I agree this is a comfort tea.