Keemun Hao Ya B

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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“A very, very rich, deep, and full-bodied tea. Like all Keemuns it has a sweet earthiness. In addition, this tea has a pronounced cocoa-like flavor that gives it an even richer and sweeter flavor”

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Enjoying this wonderful Keemun with a piece of dark Belgium chocolate (72% cocoa) from Trader Joe’s. What a combination. If you like Keemun teas and haven’t tried this tea from TeaSource yet, you owe it to yourself to get some.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

I agree. . . this is a great one from Tea Source!


Ah, another TeaSource customer! Yeaaa! How did a New Yorker find them given they are in MN? I don’t recall exactly how I found them but likely when I was frantically trying to locate some quality Keemun Hao Ya “A” online a few years back when there seemed to be a shortage and I couldn’t find a quality source anywhere. I talked to the owner by phone a few times and found he selects his teas pretty carefully and doesn’t just order up from some distributor but deals with the suppliers directly and I believe travels to sample their teas. I like that in a supplier and found Bill’s selection of China and Indian teas to be usually pretty good.


I must admit. . I have my secret tea sources, but we happen to have some here in our office as they were shipped here! Yes, I happen to know the owner as well. . .and he is BEYOND knowledgeable of teas. . .one of the best in the industry!

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boiling. steeped 5 minutes. tobacco-leather and burnt sugar kind of taste.


That’s quite the description there Richard! LOL! I’ve never known how to describe it since it’s a relatively unique flavor so I refer to it as the “Keemun” flavor. Not being a smoker I’m not sure how accurate you are but I could imagine it to be pretty close.

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