2012 Spring Imperial Keemun Gift Black Tea

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  • “I suppose I just don't like keemuns... it's physically painful to throw out the leaves before they are spent, but I want something nice and I don't want to waste a morning on a tea I don't like all...” Read full tasting note
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Well-selected the one bud with two leaves fresh leaves, after a series strict Keemun tea making process plus a Gongfu process of selecting the golden buds from the Keemun Maocha, its standards for the highest quality of Keemun black tea in appearance & taste.

This gift Keemun black tea enjoys a rich nutty aroma in dry leaves; after brewing the tea, its pleasing, fresh fruity & mixed with light honey aroma comes directly to the nose. After sipping the tea liquid, the rich, light caramel taste takes over the whole mouth with constant change mouth feeling; Long-lasting sweetness lingers at the mouth without any bitterness or astringency.

Notes: All of our Keemun tea are tested for EU market.

Tea bush: Keemun local tea variety

Harvest time: 2012 spring

Picking standard: One bud with two leaves

Shape: short stick shape with golden tip

Dried tea color: golden tippy bud hue mixed with dark tea color

Aroma: freshness, nutty, high sweetness, unique keemun fragrance(like caramel or ripe fruity aroma)

Tea soup color: bright golden red color with high transparency

Taste: brisk, fruity & light caramel taste mixed with light orchid taste.

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92 tasting notes

I suppose I just don’t like keemuns… it’s physically painful to throw out the leaves before they are spent, but I want something nice and I don’t want to waste a morning on a tea I don’t like all that much…

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Bonnie

what don’t you like? I used to dislike keemums too. Then I steeped shorter with less leaf, added milk and sweetened it and like them (love congou keemun).

Zeks

Dunno, aggressiveness of the taste maybe. I steeped it in gaiwan and it was not very nice. Milk is an idea though

Bonnie

It is aggressive. Most people I’ve been around do add some milk to the stronger Keemuns. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t but there probably are those who drink it straight. I also brew Western Style like I would an Assam.

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