Breakfast Qimen (Breakfast Keemun)

Organic Black Tea 2018

This tea is hand picked, and processed by hand as well. While black tea is often taken with milk and sugar, we recommend enjoying our teas pure.

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Tea Origin
Anhui Province, China

Tea Bush
Qi Meng Zhu Ye Zhong

Tea Master
Xie Yong Zhong

Harvest Time
April-May

Picking Standard
1 bud to 2-4 leaves

This organic black tea is hand plucked, and processed by hand as well. This certified organic tea is from the famous hometown of black tea in Anhui Province, and is a very popular everyday tea. Breakfast Qimen (Breakfast Keemun) is a blend of late spring and early summer tea. For those interested in a higher grade black tea plucked earlier in the spring, consider our Qimen Caixia (Sunrise Keemun).

The leaves of our Breakfast Qimen are finely chopped to yield a bold brew. This strong-bodied tea infuses quickly, and is ideal if you like to drink your tea with milk and sugar. While black tea is often taken with milk, sugar or other flavorings, we recommend enjoying our teas pure. For an everyday grade of black tea, Breakfast Qimen is a very affordable option for people who like to start their day off with a strongly brewed cup of tea with less caffeine than a cup of coffee. This black tea’s flavor and aroma will persist for over four infusions. It also makes an excellent iced tea, which can be enjoyed by itself or with your favorite fruit flavors. Enjoy the intense red tea color and rich strong tannin taste with a lightly fruity aroma. As it is an easy tea to brew and drink, we recommend Breakfast Qimen if you are new to loose leaf black teas or enjoy English or other well known breakfast teas.

No chemical fertilizer, pesticide, or herbicide was used in the production of this tea. Click here to read more about our promise to fair trade and the environment.

Breakfast Qimen (Breakfast Keemun) brewing guidelines

Teaware: 12 oz. glass, porcelain or yi xing clay pot
Amount: ¾ Tbs of tea leaves(4g)
Water: boiling filtered water
Infusion: First infusion at least 2 minutes. The leaves are good for 5 infusions. Add a little more time for each subsequent infusion.