Keemun

A Black Tea from

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77 / 100

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Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Rose, Smoke
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5 Tasting Notes View all

“Another from variaTEA and i am a fan of this one. It’s a smooth, very slightly smokey brew. There’s a little bit of a malty taste to this one as well. I wish i had teavivre keemun to compare it...” Read full tasting note
“Another one of the poor forgotten Amoda subscription teas. While I would perhaps purchase a tea on their website, I think the forgotten samples from the actual subscription is proof that I need to...” Read full tasting note
“Queued Tasting Note. Ok, last tasting note of the night for realsies this time! This is from the February Amoda box – it’s the last one from that box that I’ve got to try. I saved it because after...” Read full tasting note
“This is the last of the February Amoda teas and though I don’t remember much, I recall this being quite a smokey tea.” Read full tasting note

Description

Keemun, sometimes referred to as the "champagne of black teas" is a classic Chinese black tea made for centuries in Qimen county in Anhui, China, the home of Keemun . The teas from this region are grown in small plots high up on steep mountainsides. Many of the plots are hundreds of years old and were first planted there with cuttings from Fujian, when Europe’s demand for tea caused farmers to seek new growing areas for the valuable crop. This rich black tea is smooth and bold with a slight rose essence and hint of smoke. A classic European breakfast tea; excellent with a dash of cream. 2 tsp. Keemun can be infused with boiling water 3 times.

- Rich and malty, rose essence, excellent with cream and honey
- Also known as English Breakfast, SwanSisters uses a much higher quality leaf. You’ll notice the difference instantly!
- Retains its flavor characteristics for a long time if stored properly.
- April 2014 harvest

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