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Famously fragrant
If you like English Breakfast, you’ll love Keemun. It’s a Chinese tea from Anhui Province, first produced in 1875 by a now famous man named Yu Quianchen. He developed it after travelling to Fujian to learn the secrets of black tea production, and the result was (and still is) wildly popular. It’s fruity, plummy and mildly flowery, with hints of wine and sweet orchid. Delicious either with or without milk.

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Aroma: a little bit smoky

Taste: intensely floral (roses), plum, rich and full-flavoured

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Michelle Butler Hallett

Sounds delicious.

I’m gone mad for the China teas lately. Keemun, Yunnan, oolongs — mmmm. Never used to like the China teas much, preferring India tea. But that was before I tried good China tea.

Keemun rocks.

Wayne

Agreed. I’m starting to believe that when it comes to black tea, China’s where it’s at

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Having breakfast on my way back to school at the Aeronuove bar at JFK’s Terminal 5. Not unlike most of the other breakfast blends I have. Maybe a little more floral/sweeter than usual.

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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