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Silky, smooth and medium bodied with notes of cut pine and dried plum. Keemun is one of the most famous black teas. Loose Leaf.

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I like this one. Like the other World Market teas I’ve tried, it’s pretty much as advertised: silky and smooth and slightly plummy, although I don’t really find any pine. There are some other flavors here I can’t quite put my finger on, but it’s one of those teas that linger at the back of your mouth in a pleasant way.

It also seems forgiving of oversteeping; I accidentally let one pot go for eight or nine minutes — oops — and it was still drinkable.

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This was such a great tea! I’m pretty much a tea novice, and this is the tea that got me started. Too bad they don’t sell it anymore. I took a detour with my energy drink addiction for a few years, and now I’m back to delicious black teas. I’m on a quest to find something similar to the World Market Keemun – If anybody could point me in the right direction, it would be very much appreciated! I’ve tried The Tea Spot’s Keemun recently, but no fireworks there. I’m ordering a bunch of samples from Upton Teas, including their China Keemun First Grade, Hong Tao Keemun, Hubei Province Keemun Ji Hong, Keemun Xiang Luo, Special Purchase Hao-Ya “A” Select, and Keemun Mao Feng. I figure my dream flavor (or something better) should be somewhere within that selection! Hopefully it is not one of the more expensive ones!

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