Taking its name from the Qimen or “Keemun” region of China's Anhui Province, this rich and plummy style of tea was first produced when a former civil servant tried his hand at farming, deciding to go …
against traditional methods and create a new black tea instead of the typical green. The result was a uniquely refreshing and flavoursome tea, now one of the most popular varieties from China. Bold, rousing and fabulously fruity, why not try as an adventurous alternative to your usual breakfast brew?
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