China Keemun (No. 555)

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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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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.

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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.

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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 cup of tea …

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