SMOOTH & SATISFYING
Famous black tea, in China referred to as ‘red tea’ - Hong Cha from the South Chinese province of Anhui, grown near the river Yangtze. It is known as Keemun after Qimen county, the area of its exclusive production. Evenly sized black leaves resembling small needles give a delicate sweetish smell and infusion with pleasant notes of nuttiness.
Keemun taste is very different from other famous black teas such as Assam or Ceylon. It is lighter in taste and is often appreciated by older generation tea drinkers. You can also find a hint of delicious Keemun in our English Breakfast blend and Abbott’s Blend.
Type: BLACK TEA, Loose Leaf
Country of Origin: China
Preparation & Storage
Number of Servings: 1 teaspoon (2.5g) per mug (250ml). 100g makes approx. 40 mugs if serving with milk, otherwise use less.
Water Temperature: 100 °C
Infusion Time: 3-5 mins
Store tea pouch in a cool, dry and dark place.
For the best taste, use within one year from the date of purchase.