Premium Qimen Mao Feng

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  • “Thank you *Vicony Teas* for the free sample! *Leaf Quality:* The dried leaves were dark black with some bits of gold showing on some of the tips. They were very thin and smaller than other...” 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 premium Qimen Mao Feng made of tealeaves harvested around Qingming (5th April) 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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Thank you Vicony Teas for the free sample!

Leaf Quality:
The dried leaves were dark black with some bits of gold showing on some of the tips. They were very thin and smaller than other black teas. Their scent was of malt and perhaps like cinnamon. The brewed leaves smelled floral, malty, chocolaty, and savory.

Brewed Tea:
The brewed tea was amber brown. It tasted floral and malty with a chocolate finish. The flavor was very light and delicate. Each sip had a very long lasting aftertaste.
Second Steeping
This brew brought on notes of grapes and wine. This steeping was also floral and fruity.

What a delicate Hong Cha. This tea would go great at any time of day.

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