Kemuun is produced in the Qimen County near Mount Huang. This Tea has a long-lasting refreshing floral aroma. Its brew goes from light to dark red. Kemuun´s rich aroma and flavour are best appreciated with no added condiments. This Tea goes very well with dark chocolate desserts!
From Sri Lanka
Ceylon Tea is produced in the mountains of Sri Lanka. Ceylon black Tea is one of the country’s specialities. Ceylon black tea is grown in abundance in Sri Lanka and at varying altitudes. The best quality Ceylon Tea comes from the Uva region. This is because of its high altitude between 4thousand and 6thousand feet. Its brew has a red brown colour and it presents with a stimulating flavour. This Tea goes very well with milky desserts!
Darjeeling Tea is considered the “Champagne of Black Teas”. It has got an elegant aroma, a smooth texture and a delicate flavour. Darjeeling Tea grows in the Darjeeling highland on the lower range of the Himalayas.
Darjeeling Tea leaves can be picked in different times of the year – The 1st flush is harvested in the spring and has a gentle and light colour, aroma and taste. The 2nd flush is harvested in summer and produces a yellowish-brown liquor, with fruity notes. Finally, the 3rd flush is harvested in the autumn, after the rainy season. This Tea presents in a darker colour and less delicate.
Darjeeling Tea is best when condiments are not added!
Assam Tea is produced the Assam lowland in Northeastern India. It derives from the Camellia sinensis var. assamica. Assam Tea is rich and full-bodied. Assam Tea brew appears dark red and has a hint of malt and sweet fruity aroma. This Tea is great for winter because of its strong flavour.
Kenya is one of the world’s top producers and exporters of tea. Most of the Kenyan tea grows in the southwestern regions, west of the Rift Valley in the Kenyan highlands. Tea grows at high altitudes for more than 6 thousand feet above the sea level. Kenyan tea has a distinct bright colour and aromatic flavour, thanks to the country’s tropical climate and rich soils.
There is a large selection of very good quality Black Teas! I guess the most difficult thing will be to choose your favourite one! 🙂