Keemun's liquor has a fruity/malty taste with a lingering toasty note. The leaf is small, dark and twisted, like a favorite novel.
Insider Tip: This tea is a base in many of our favorite blends. If you like a good breakfast tea, chances are you'll love our Keemun!
Caffeine Level: High.
First produced in the last 1800s, Keemun is grown exclusively in the Anhui province in China, using methods adapted from growers in the Fujian Province. Often used as a blending base for other teas, Keemun undergoes a slow withering and oxidation process, which help develop the aromas of stone fruit and slight smokiness. There is a slight maltiness, but the body is smooth and non-astringent, allowing more floral flavors come through.
Ingredients: Black tea from China.