Keemun Mao Feng

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Keemun Mao Feng Tea Description:

A special variety of Keemun black tea that is carefully processed for a long wiry leaf shape. Keemun Mao Feng is make of full tea leaves, rather than broken leaves like Keemun Congou or other keemun varieties. The taste is naturally sweet and delicate with a fascinating aroma and a taste that lingers. This product originates from Qimen County, Anhui Province, China.

Adventurous TeaIngredients:

Chinese Black Tea


 Tasting Notes*:

  • Woody
  • Dry wood & leaves
  • Pine or Maple Sap Finish


*Everyone's flavor palate is different. This are for a general reference and by no means cover all possible flavors from this tea. Learn more about flavor and tasting here.

Step 1:
Preheat mug with boiling water, discard and refill.
Step 2:
Steep 1 round tsp or 3-4 grams of tea per 8 oz of water.
Step 3:
Steep for 3-5 minutes as desired. Experiment with slightly cooler water or shorter steeping times. Try 2 additional steeping if desired.

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  • My favorite tea

    Posted by Jake on May 7th 2020

    I was looking for Jin Jun Mei and was directed toward Keemun Mao Feng. For all intents and purposes, Keemun Mao Feng has a similar enough flavor profile to Jin Jun Mei that by the time I brewed my first pot, I knew I had discovered something special for myself. Darker leaves and an overall darker liquor betray a delicate flavor, first of honey, then of sweet, earthy grass. This tea smells wonderful dry, imagine dirt and grass right before a storm, but as water hits the leaves, the steam carries the notes to your nostrils and makes you eager for the first sip. I found it hard to over-steep this tea as well. The color darkens, but the flavors stay true and you never get any of the bitterness that English and Indian teas give when you forget about them just a bit too long. This tea has seems to me to have an acceptable caffeine content. Definitely ideal to start a shift. I have tried it with creamer, and while it does add some depth to flavor, I find that the cream easily eclipses the more favorable and delicate notes of the tea. No, I believe that the only thing to improve this tea is a drop locally-sourced honey.