A rich, lightly scented and nutty loose leaf tea.
How to make Keemun Tea
Amount of tea per cup (200 ml): 2.5g (half of one tea caddy spoon)
Temperature of water: 100℃ / 212℉
Infusion / brewing time: 3 -5 minutes (or as desired)
Number of infusions: 1
How to enjoy: No sugar, add milk if desired
In more depth...
Provenance: Produced in the Keemun Tea Garden, Qimen County, Anhui Province, Eastern China from the Zhuyezhong cultivar. Picked and processed in June 2016
Keemun Tea Origin: Keemun tea is named after 'Qimen' county where it is produced. Keemun is one of the most famous black teas in China and many varieties exist with varying production methods. The distinctive aroma and flavour is developed from the slow withering and oxidation that the leaves undergo during production.
Keemun Tea Taste: A light black tea with a floral smoky aroma & malty, plummy tones