Keemun 1110 Full-Leaf
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The Burgundy of Tea - This Hao Ya Keemun produced in Qui Men County, Anhui Province, China is the highest grade available. These small, dark leaves steep a complex cup that is sweet and smooth with a touch of smoke and chocolate. This tea is not bitter and can be infused a second time.
Winner in the North American Tea Championship Keemun Tea category.
Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Finest Keemun black tea
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
A beautiful tea
Keemun 1110 Full-Leaf is a complex, beautiful tea. Slightly smokey, but not at all bitter or ashey tasting. The very faint chocolate like notes enhance the flavour amazingly, without overpowering or taking away from the tea. I was able to get three different cup brewings out of one serving of leaves so, even for the price point, it's a fantastic deal.
Love this delicate tea
The flavor of this tea is very delicate and yet still has a slightly hearty aftertaste. It really can be steeped twice and both cups have the same strength. I would recommend giving this a try. I will definitely purchase this again.
My Favorite Cup Of Tea
Of all the teas that I have ordered from ROT, this has to be the best of them so far. I awake early and brew this most mornings and I sets my mood on the right track for the rest of the day. david
This is a strong, smooth cup. I can't say that my palate is developed enough to get the chocolate I read about...but this is great tea that brews a good, strong cup that is easy to sip.
Hearty and full bodied
Everything a good Keemun should be. Very rich, hearty, and puts hair on your chest. Very chocolaty, almost an espresso essence. I found that if I steeped it for 4 minutes it was a bit too strong for my taste, so I only steep for two minutes. Save the leaves for a second cup!