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Imperial Keemun Hao Ya
Imperial Keemun Hao Ya


 


Anhui, China, a province in Eastern China became known for producing black teas in here in the late 1800's.


Imperial Keemun Hao Ya*:


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This A Grade Keemun Hao Ya (Hao Ya meaning fine, furry tips) brings the classic sweet and gentle maltiness that is unique to true Keemuns. A bright, ruby red cup and the silky, luscious viscosity are trademarks of what is known as the “Burgundy” of black teas. We’ve been looking long and hard for a Keemun that deserves to be labeled as our Imperial grade of Keemun Hao Ya.

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October 17, 2018
Reviewer: Kevin Sherman from Glenview, IL United States  


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Imperial Keemun Hao Ya Tea November 20, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Dixon, CA United States  
I really like this tea.  A very small amount, steeped for a short time, produces a hearty full-flavored cup.

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packing note November 16, 2016
Reviewer: William Carter from Oakton, VA United States  
one packet received without vacuum seal.  I'll use it first

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Mail order of Keemun Hao Ya July 13, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Palo Alto, CA United States  
The Keemun is superb - exactly as described

Tea packaged to preserve freshness and protect leaves; included detailed brewing instructions (as always)

Delivery came in what seemed like microseconds, as always (I'm on the Peninsula)



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