Imperial Keemun Sacred Garden Black Tea


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What is it?

A dark delight with depth and beauty of its own.

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‘Imperial Keemun Mao Feng Sacred Garden Black Tea’ – a bit of a mouthful, but what a delicious one! Indigenous to Qimen County, Keemun is a tea picked early in the year, and withered and aged at length for a taste that’s nuanced and distinctive. But the Imperial, which is graded as the third best variety, is particularly delightful thanks to the rich, fragrant, and sumptuous dark caramel coloured brew it produces.



Prized for its richness and depth, Imperial Keemun is a drink one might dare to call divine. Known as the ‘Bordeaux of Tea’, it yields a burgundy colour that gives away its warmth and sweetness. The smoky, strong, and slightly bitter taste of black tea gives way to a sugary aftertaste enhanced by a fragrance with hints of orchid and wine. Mature and sophisticated, this drink is best enjoyed in a ritzy setting.


Caffeine Level

The caffeine level in this tea is between 27mg and 35mg per cup, which is moderate by all accounts.



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Quality of Leaves

Imperial Keemun Mao Feng Sacred Garden tea.


Where Does It Come From?

This high-grown tea is cultivated at altitudes of up to 5,000ft. in the Chinese province of Anhui.


Who is this tea for?

It’s a tea for those who don’t mind a dash of spiritual healing with their daily dose of luxury black tea.


What Are the Health Benefits?

Drinking black tea regularly offers many health benefits, some of which we’d like to share with you, if you’d kindly click here.

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60g, 80g, 125g, 250g, 500g


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