Keemun black tea, also known as Qimen Hongcha, is a high-quality black tea that originates from the Keemun region in Anhui province, China. It is one of the most famous black teas in China and is renowned for its rich flavor and aroma. The tea leaves are harvested in early spring and undergo a complex processing method that involves withering, rolling, oxidation, and firing. The leaves are rolled tightly into thin strips, giving the tea a slender and elegant appearance.When brewed, Keemun black tea produces a bright, reddish-brown liquor with a smooth and mellow taste. It has a rich and complex aroma, which is often described as a mixture of floral, fruity, and smoky notes. The tea has a full-bodied and slightly sweet taste with a hint of bitterness that lingers on the tongue.
Ingredients: Qimen Hong Cha
Fermentation: Fully Fermented
Steeping Time: 3-5 minutes
Water Temperature: 95°C-100°C ( 203°F-212°F)