Despite being a Chinese black, this tastes very similar to an Indian black tea. It’s a medium amber color and brews up cleanly will little debris at the bottom. I get cherry notes when I smell it and it has a good amount of tanins but not overwhelming. There’s also a slight acidity.
China Black Tea Keemun Jade Pekoe (ZK84)
This rare Keemun is produced from a fine plucking, which is handcrafted into a unique, flat shape, somewhat resembling a Lung Jing tea. The delicate cup has a complex profile, with classic Keemun notes and subtle nuances of nutmeg and cinnamon.