Keemun Gold Tea is one of the finest teas in the world, if properly produced. It may not have been the first Chinese black tea to be produced or exported, but it certainly gained a solid reputation in the West as one of China’s best black teas. Generally speaking there are three prominent types of black teas that are believed to possess the most intense fragrance of all black teas worldwide: Keemun black tea, Darjeeling tea and Ceylon tea.
If you’re looking for a hearty tea for the morning, the Keemun Black Tea makes for one of the best breakfast teas. It is highly recommended for people who enjoy a strong cup of black tea with light smoky aroma.
Origin: Qimen County, Anhui
Cultivated in the: Qimen County, Anhui
- Tea leaf: 3-5 grams
- Temperature: 90-95℃
- Steep for 10 to 15 seconds
- Can be re-steeped 4 to 6 times
- Warms the Stomache
- Anti-cold, inhibit cold virus activity
- Hypoglycemic, lipid-lowering