Keemun Mao Feng
Keemun takes its name from the county it is produced in, Qimen County, where the Huangshan Mountains or Yellow Mountains reside, and where much of the region is carpeted with tea bushes. Keemun is often found in 'breakfast' style teas and other blends, as it harmonizes well with a wide range of flavors. The Mao Feng variety of Keemun is one of the most well-known and well-loved, undoubtedly because it's so delicious.
Rich and malty, with a faint floral sweetness.
Ingredients: Organic Chinese black tea.
Steep: 💧 8 oz. 🔥 205℉ 🕖 3-5 min. 🍂 1 tsp.
Caffeine: ⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️ Medium-High