Qimen Mao Feng Suprime

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Black Tea
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  • “This is an interesting tea. When I breathe in the aroma, I get the distinct feeling of pepper in the back of my throat. The body of the tea is smooth with a strong fruitiness to it. No...” Read full tasting note
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Qimen Mao Feng is a variety of Keemun Tea, where Mao Feng means Fur Peak, which is made of only slightly twisted leaf buds and is sometimes noted for a smoother and more delicate flavor. The Qimen Mao Feng Suprime made of tealeaves harvested around Qingming (5th April each year) is curly and thin, and is dotted with golden tips. It smells a bit like spice. It was smooth, with no acidity, and sweet. It has a toasty, slightly fruity flavor, with a bit of a chocolate background. It is very smooth on the tongue.

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This is an interesting tea. When I breathe in the aroma, I get the distinct feeling of pepper in the back of my throat. The body of the tea is smooth with a strong fruitiness to it. No bitterness or astringency present.

Well worth getting up for, although I cut my treadmill workout in half this morning. Call it a win that I got up at all. 3:45am is too damn early.

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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