Keemun black tea is a series of black tea, mainly produced in Qimen, Anhui Province. Keemun Black Tea in Anhui Province is also one of the ten famous teas in China, and is the leader of the black tea series.
The Keemun Black Tea
Keemun black tea can be divided into ten grades: ritual tea, special-level tea, special-grade, first-grade, second-grade, third-grade, fourth-grade, fifth-grade, sixth-grade and seventh-grade by its appearance, color and fragrance. The high-grade Keemun black tea has tight and slender appearance, dark color and lustre. After brewing, the tea soup is rich in red, fresh, fragrant and persistent, with obvious sweet fragrance, sometimes with the fragrance of roses. Keemun black tea's unique fragrance is called Keemun fragrance by many foreign consumers. Because black tea can be mixed with milk and sugar to make milk tea, Keemun black tea is very popular in Western countries, especially by the British Royal nobility, known as the "YingHao" in London market.
Keemun Black Tea is rich in riboflavin, folic acid, carotene, tocopherol, vitamins, calories and trace elements. It has the functions of refreshing and eliminating fatigue, anti-inflammatory and bactericidal, nourishing stomach, anti-cancer, reducing blood lipid and so on. Especially in cold winter, drinking black tea can make you feel full of warmth.