Keemun Hao Ya B
Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Keemun Hao Ya B Tea is rare and unique. It is seldom sold outside of China, which is why The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company are especially proud to stock it. Keemun Hao Ya B is second only to Hao Ya A, although it is actually perceived by many to be of better value. The leaf of this tea is small and neat. Its colour, meanwhile, is black with brown highlights. When brewed, the liquor of Keemun Hao Ya B is a deep red while its taste is well-rounded with a slight nutty character.
Furthermore, when consumed as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, Keemun Hao Ya B can improve cardiovascular health by lowering cholesterol, help you to lose weight by boosting the metabolism, and even help you to de-stress by, quite simply, tasting great. All this and more can be discovered when you choose Keemun Hao Ya B Tea. Be part of something special today. The time is now.
The Qimen County of the Anhui Province, China, is the exclusive home of all Keemun Teas. But why? It’s all in the name, ‘Keemun Tea’, which is derived from an archaic English spelling of the county itself. Teas from the Anhui Province are often grown in mountainous regions covered in forests and prone to low temperatures, high humidity, and frequent fog. These conditions contribute to the distinct taste of Keemun Tea, noted as being particularly mellow. Don’t believe us? Try Keemun Hao Ya B Tea and find out for yourself!
In many ways, Keemun Tea was the product of failure. Its creator, Yu Ganchen, famously lost his job as a Civil Servant during the 19th Century and in his shame, took it upon himself to travel to the Fujian Province in a quest to uncover the secrets of Black Tea production. Ultimately, his trip was a success with Yu establishing three factories producing Black Tea in his home county of Qimen. Today, his remarkable work has paid off, his failure as a Civil Servant forgotten and his success in making Keemun Tea forever remembered.
Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Black Tea.
Origin: The Qimen County, Anhui Province, China.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes.
How to Serve: Choose milk and/or sugar or even honey and/or lemon. Alternatively, serve black.
Tasting Notes: Keemun Hao Ya B consists of woody, earthy flavours with slight smokey yet smooth undertones.
Colour in Cup: Coppery liquor, dark in tone.
Health Benefits: Choose Keemun Hao Ya B Tea for improved cardiovascular health! Nowadays, high diets in saturated fats coupled with low physical activity are two of the main contributors to cardiovascular disease and other similar conditions. Smoking, meanwhile, likewise has a great effect on the heart, and is also responsible for high blood pressure.
Keemun Hao Ya B Tea has the ability to counter many of these effects. Furthermore, Keemun Hao Ya B Tea can reduce the risks of developing Type II Diabetes. It can also improve oral health and possibly, although studies are still in the preliminary stage, prevent the development of cancer. Until more is known on the latter, however, The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company strictly do not endorse the consumption of Keemun Hao Ya B Tea, or any other tea, for ailments related to cancer.
Health PointsHydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
Time of DayBreakfast, Afternoon