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Keemun Mao Feng
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£15.00 sku LTKMF0614-75L | Net weight: 75g

Loose Leaf Black Tea

Origin

This is a rare and delicious Keemun black tea from Qimen County in the southern-most part of Anhui Province, East China.  The area's good soils and warm, moist climate are perfectly suited to growing fine tea.

Tea Description

Mao Feng translates as 'hair point', the fine, delicately twisted leaves being among the most renowned of Keemun teas.  When infused the leaves become coppery and the liquor is tawny, with a complex, sweet flavour and hints of hazelnut.

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Tea Tasters Club - Keemun Mao Feng

Keemun is such a high quality tea, especially this Mao Feng grade that leaves no bitterness or unpleasantness while drinking it.

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