Keemun Panda #1
China Black Tea Grade 1
Country of Origin: China, Anhui Provence.
Altitude: 1500 - 4200 feet above sea level.
Cup Characteristics: Complex and subtle. Aromatic and penetrating without being lush or floral, flavour emphasized with milk. A superb breakfast tea.
Infusion: Bright and reddish.
Ingredients: China black tea.
Keemun Panda Tea
Taste wise, Keemun Panda #1 is considered to be matchless, a flavour that almost sings it's aroma, often compared to burgundy wine. Keemun Panda makes a superb breakfast tea. It also makes a brilliant base for adding your own fruit or herbs.
Keemun Panda makes a superb breakfast tea, but can be drunk at any time of the day.
It's now time to throw away the tea bags and try a great taste experience. You may not believe the difference that comes with using premium tea and brewing in the old fashioned way. Just as coffee has seen a revival with millions of people changing from instants to fresh roast beans, so also has tea been seeing a revival with new tea houses opening around the country, and the world.
Hot Tea Brewing Method
Place 1 teaspoon of tea per cup (and add 1 teaspoon for the pot) into the teapot. For a stronger flavour, add a bit more tea. Pour boiling water, 100°C, into the pot and let it steep for 3-4 minutes (or longer - the longer the steeping time, the more intense the flavour becomes). Pour into your cup, add milk or sugar to taste.
Alternatively, put the tea in a tea infuser and brew right in your cup.
Iced Tea Brewing Method
Make as for hot, but add extra tea - a rule of thumb when preparing fresh brewed iced tea is to double the amount of tea used. When the tea has cooled a little, pour over ice. It is important to make it a little stronger as the ice will water it down.
Alternatively, you can cold brew the tea by placing the tea leaves in a jug and adding cold water. Leave to infuse for a few hours (or overnight in the fridge) strain and enjoy. Cold brewing will give a smoother taste.
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