100 gr. Tin
One of the best Chinese black tea, Keemun is produced in Anhui Province, famous for bamboo forests and the mild and humid climate. It was a civil servant suddenly unemployed, Yu Quianchen, to fine-tune the process in 1875. Valued for the distinctive floral aroma reminiscent of rose and orchid, Keemun produced a soft, slightly astringent red infusion, with notes of cocoa and a fruity flavor that makes it referred to as the “Burgundy” of teas.
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|Flavour:||Full, Soft, Sweetish with Hints of Cocoa|
2,5 g. each 200 cc. of water at a temperature of 90°C. Infusion time: 3 minutes.
Black tea (China).
Perfect with grilled meat and duck, but also excellent with chocolatedesserts. Thirst-quenching if iced.