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Qimen County, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China
Keemun Tea is renowned as the best black tea in China and is labelled as one of China’s 10 Most Famous teas.
HOW TO BREW
3 gr / 250 ml
Hot and plain
Dry Leaf Appearance
Black, Shiny, Thinly curled leaf
Rich of smoky and deep fruity aroma
Deep, rich, winey and bold black tea which has sweet dried plum flavor with underlying berry and pine wood notes
Best Enjoyed When
Daytime and Evening
Flavorful meats, Heavy creamy dessert, Spiced up seafood, Asiago cheese, Meat loaf, Steak (medium-cooked would suit well)
Keemun black tea is also known as ‘King of Red Tea’ or ‘Burgundy’ Tea. The name “Keemun” was originally taken from the producing region of Qimen County, but then “Keemun” has become the English spelling for “Qimen” since the colonial era until now.
*Please note that brewing recommendation is made as a guideline only, but you can adjust everything to match your preferred tea infusion!