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Keemun Black Tea is one of the four famous black tea in the world, while Keemun Fragrant Black tea is one of the best of it. Keemun Fragrant Black tea only use spring tea leaves as material, in the form of one bud and two leaves. Making process of this tea will take 8 – 9 hours, including lightly sun withering, rolling, fermentation, drying, and manual kneading. The dry leaves are tight and thin. Keemun Fragrant Black tea is fully fermented, presenting a color of coppery red, and revealing abundant golden buds. The unique Keemun fragrance and fruity floral flavor makes the tea suitable for either brewing with Gaiwan or drinking with milk.
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As one of the key ingredients in the famous English Breakfast tea, Keemun black tea is justifiably considered one of the finest black teas in the world. It's strong aroma and taste hints at both flowers and fruit, but is well balanced and always leaves you wanting more.
Just as famous as Assam Black tea and Darjeeling Black tea, Keemun Black tea has gained a lot of reputation abroad due to its unique flavor, which is called Keemun fragrance. It is one of the world’s three highest fragrant tea. TeaVivre choose this Keemun Fragrant Black tea for its lovers. Making by traditional methods, Keemun Black tea uses a special tree species of Keemun Tea tree: Zhuye, which is mainly planted in the Keemun Black tea base in Huangjing Village, Boxi Township (elevation between 300 – 600 meters). Differ from Keemun Hao Ya Black Tea, Keemun Fragrant Black Tea is manually kneaded, making the tea becoming smoother in shape and mellower in taste. It could be fit for mixed black tea lovers, as well as for people who love the original flavor of black teas.
Keemun black tea is fully oxidised, and so does not have the same level of antioxidants as our Green or White teas. However it still makes a great healthy tea to drink, especially if drunk with no or minimal milk and sugar, and provides a great natural source of fluoride and other vitamins.
For more information on the health benefits of TeaVivre's Black Teas, see our article on Tea Health benefit.
Huangshan Mountain lies in the south of Anhui Province, circling from east towards west. Mountain regions occupies 90% of its total area, with an average elevation around 600 meters. Tea gardens mainly spread in valleys between the elevation of 100 to 350 meters. Forests take an percentage of 80% of its total area. Day and night temperature here ranges greatly, while with cloudy climate and short time of daylight, forming a suitable environment for tea’s growth. This Keemun Fragrant Black Tea TeaVivre choosed is from the tea base in Huangjing Village, Boxi Township.
Keemun County locates in the south of Anhui Province, west of Huangshan Mountain. Now it has an area of 10,000 squares’ tea gardens. Keemun, the Township of Chinese Black Tea, has a long history of producing teas. It could be traced back to Tang Dynasty, during which prosperous tea market already existed. Keemun Black Tea is one of ten famous tea in China. It is known as the boutique in Keemun products because of its tight shape, mellow taste and Keemun fragrance.
Mr. Jiang has been engaged in the black tea industry for over ten years. He and his workers are well known to produce some of China's most sought after Keemun teas, illustrated by their Keemun winning gold medal for best tea at the Shanghai World Expo. Till now, his tea garden has about 2,500 acres of tea gardens, including about 1,400 that have been independently certified as organic.
His gardens are all at about 1,200ft elevation, surrounded by high, forest covered mountains – perfect to ensure an ideal, mild, wet, climate for growing tea, and. have also had ISO9001 certification since 2008 and in 2009 began their own limited exporting.
Keemun Zhuye(槠叶) (sexually reproducing species), also called Keemun Species
Chemical composition of fresh tea leaf: 31.11% polyphenols, 14.66% Catechins, 5.42 % amino acid, 44.72% Water extract. It’s suitable for making black tea and green tea. Kung Fu Black Tea, which is made from the Keemun species, is tight and dark, and has long-last aftertaste and unique fruity floral flavor, which is called Keemun Fragrance.
Keemun has a short – by Chinese standards – history that begun in 1875 in Qimen. An unsuccessful bureaucrat by the name of Yu Gancheng decided to quit working for the government and try his hand at tea making. Due to the great demand and high prices for black teas at the time, he travelled to Fujian to learn how to make black tea. Returning to Anhui he introduced black teas to the area, that up until then had just made green teas. Over the next decade or so, the process and tea continuously improved, culminating in 1883 with what is now known as Keemun black tea.
The amazing taste and aroma of this tea, combined with good marketing, combined to make this tea an instant hit, and was in huge demand overseas in England and the US. It won international prize in 1915 Panamanian world Expos.
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A fantastic tea. Yes, it is fragrant. What I'm getting is "truffles". I made a pot, and poured myself a cup after 3 mins. This was light in colour but not taste. Delicious. For the second cup I waited another 7 minutes. Now I got a lovely deep brown tea, still subtle in flavour, not harsh at all. This tea is superb. Thanks.
A very nice tea I think. Chocolaty, round flavour and a delicate brown-red colour. I have tried the Superfine Keemun Mao Feng tea as well and seem to remember that I liked that even better, but for the price and for it beeing organic I would say it is not a bad alternative. If you remember to watch the steeping time and use the right temperature water it has very little bitterness also, which I like. If there where half start I'd give it 4,5 for taste and value of money.
This is what tea is all about. Smooth chocolaty flavor. Good with or without milk. My morning cuppa.
The dry leaves of this Keemun tea are small, slender and raven black with a dry scent, which is sweet and earthy; distinctly Keemun. The orange tinted cup has a pleasant taste of dried fruit, honey, cocoa and tobacco with each sip. There is no bitterness or astringency. This is a lovely Keemun which imparts a fragrant cup.
A mellow Keemun with sweet characteristics and a very nice, strong fragrance. It brews a pleasant cup, and although the fragrance leans towards the sweet side, the taste of the tea is somewhat more straightforward and not as complex as I expected. I think there is better value in the Superfine Keemun Mao Feng. It does not cost much more than this tea, but it is significantly more complex. The aftertaste on this Keemun Fragrant is not nearly as satisfying.
Extremely nice and flavorful tea. Tastes like a dark roasted chocolate. Although, at high temperatures the tea could taste very bitter but other than that i extremely enjoyed this tea.
Когда попробовала, очень обрадовалась. Нашла, всё что я люблю в чае, и приятный аромат и натуральный, яркий вкус.
The brewed tea has a delirious aroma of carmelized parsnips and taste of sweet yams. It is pleasant to drink as is or, made very strong, with milk.
A good keemun, second steep was very fragrant indeed. Dark chocolate taste. Nice.
I made it according to Teavivre’s parameters. 175F 3G 8 oz 2 min The cup is beautiful golden color and very aromatic . It’s chocolaty fruity and very smooth. i need to try it @ 195F. I think this tea would be perfect for some beginners into loose leaf or someone who is afraid of strong or smoky flavors
Reply: Organic Superfine Fragrant is the highest grade Keemun on our site. Premiun Hao Ya is also high quality tea. The tea leaves of Organic Superfine Keemun Fragrant is more complete than Hao Ya. Both of our Keemun teas taste smooth, fruity and floral flavor. And our Organic Superfine Keemun Fragrant has a special roasted sweet potatoes taste.
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