Keemum Mao Feng

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  • “Another sampler packet from Harney and Sons. Steeped Western style for 3 minutes with boiling water. A little afraid of oversteeping after yesterday's Kenya experience. This is delightful. Medium...” Read full tasting note
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From Harney & Sons

With thin and twisted strips of black tea with russet interwoven, and the aromas of dark cocoa, this tea is a classic Keemun Mao Feng. It is an early season tea from the famous gardens around Keemun (also known as Qimen) in Anhui Province in China. This is a delightful tea.Origin: China

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Another sampler packet from Harney and Sons. Steeped Western style for 3 minutes with boiling water. A little afraid of oversteeping after yesterday’s Kenya experience.

This is delightful. Medium body tea with a definite strong fruity finish, a bit of caramel. Naturally sweet. Comparisons to wine are pretty appropriate for this leaf. Probably more of a spring/summer than a fall/winter tea for me but I am adding it to the Shopping List as something to remember for the future.

Charles Thomas Draper

This is one that I am going to send you. It likes a long steep….

TeaBrat

Good to know. how long do you steep it for?

Charles Thomas Draper

maybe 6 minutes or more…

ScottTeaMan

EGADS I’ve never steeped even a Black tea for 6 min, unless I forgot about the steeping tea. I tend to steep Black teas 3-5 min.

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