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Spotlight Tea: Keemun Black Tea

There are several varieties of Keemun (Qimen) teas, as we had detailed in our article here, with this black tea (Hao Ya A) being one of the better ones. The manufacturing style is orthodox, and the variety is congou. Whether … Continue reading

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Spotlight Tea: Keemun Mao Feng

There are several varieties of Keemun (Qimen) teas, as we had detailed in our article here, with Mao Feng being one of the better quality versions. To many around the world, this is called “red tea” due to the color … Continue reading

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Keemun (Qimen) Teas

Keemun Congou (photo by A.C. Cargill, used with permission) One of the 10 famous teas of China is what we in the West call a black tea (and others call “red” tea or “congou” tea) from the Anhui Province of … Continue reading

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