Keemun Tea

China is the home of Tea, with many of its beverages dating back millennia. However, Keemun Tea, unlike its other Chinese counterparts, only dates back to 1875. It comes from Qimen county, Anhui province, its name deriving from the archaic English spelling of the region.

What it lacks in age it makes up for in quality. A type of China Black Tea, this infusion has much to offer casual drinker and connoisseurs alike. This includes exceptional taste and Keemun Tea benefits.  

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But how did it come into existence? Interestingly, Keemun Tea is the product of failure. It was one man, a former Chinese civil servant named Yu Ganchen, who created Keemun Tea nearly 150 years ago. The story goes that, after losing his job, Ganchen decided to experiment with Black Tea production in his home county of Qimen.

Following the shame of being deprived of his career, Yu Ganchen found new success in Keemun Tea. Indeed, the industry hasn’t looked back since, with this beverage now one of the most popular types of Black Tea in the world. When brewed once, Keemun Tea offers a distinctly mellow flavour unlike any other. When brewed over and over again, it can improve life in small yet significant ways. 

Keemun Tea contains two significant polyphenolic antioxidants, theaflavin and thearubigin, both of which can combat free radicals in the body. In doing this, your morning cuppa reduces the risk of developing several chronic conditions, including cardiovascular disease and type-2 diabetes. Furthermore, Keemun Tea can promote weight loss by boosting the metabolism of fat cells in the body. Whatever your reason for choosing it, you’ve undoubtedly decided exceptionally well.

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