Keemun Black

  • SMELLS LIKE FRESH RAIN

    Keemun Black Tea is said to have the ‘aroma of China Spring Rain’. From the Qimen (Keemun) county of Anhui Province, only the top buds are collected with th...

    Caffeine Level: medium

  • Fruity, with a touch of dried plum

  • Pure black tea

  • China

    Anhui Region, Qimen

    Harvest - July

£5.99
£0.41 GBP

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Keemun Black

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  • SMELLS LIKE FRESH RAIN

    Keemun Black Tea is said to have the ‘aroma of China Spring Rain’. From the Qimen (Keemun) county of Anhui Province, only the top buds are collected with th...

    Caffeine Level: medium

  • Fruity, with a touch of dried plum

  • Pure black tea

  • China

    Anhui Region, Qimen

    Harvest - July

1 1/2 Teaspoons
99C / 230ml
3-5min
Enjoy!
3 Teaspoons
99C/150ml
3-5 Min
Fill with ice and enjoy!
Tasting Notes

Fruity, with a touch of dried plum

Origins

China, Anhui Qimen

Once a producer of mediocre green tea, the local Qimen farmers’ decision to switch to the production of black tea was a wise one. Keemun tea is known for its breadth in quality, you can find everything from your every day teas to the quite transcendent here. Positioned in the steep rolling flats between the Yangtze River and the Yellow Mountains, the region is characterized by a microclimate of swirling low cloud, which creates a blanket of moisture over the region. The cool mountain air and abundant water from the mist and surrounding rivers help a create rich soil with a unique combination of nutrients, that nurtures the tea growth.

Keemun Black
Keemun Black

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