I had a bunch of this this, and just finished it. So it was was good. I don’t think I’ll replace it, but it’s as much because I prefer a good Assam to a Keemun, and as far as Keemun goes, I do like this one.
“I had a bunch of this this, and just finished it. So it was was good. I don't think I'll replace it, but it's as much because I prefer a good Assam to a Keemun, and as far as Keemun goes, I do like...” Read full tasting note
“I found a tea shoppe in my area called Tin Roof Teas, and lo and behold; they sell this tea. I find it to be similar to an Irish Breakfast, but with a more subtle flavor.” Read full tasting note
“I finally brought my fallback tea to the office. Today's a quiet today, as I fill in for someone who has a quieter job. Ahhhh. Maybe I want the quieter job. Hmmm. Something to think about over a...” Read full tasting note
Though Keemun tea was only developed in the late 19th century, it is the most popular of Chinese Black teas. The soft, slight spiciness adds a silky sweetness to breakfast blends. Alone, this fully oxidized tea makes for an enjoyable, mellow cup.
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