- Tea and biscuits? Better make it Keemun
- Keemun, from eastern China, should be sipped with a caramel filled biscuit, such as Tunnock's caramel wafter, while squashed fly biscuits require Pu-erh, a nutty Chinese brew. And for those that just prefer builder's tea?
- Readers' recipe swap: tea
- The keemun (or China black) tea from Bonnie Eng added extra savoury depth to a mushroom risotto; the tea leaves are steeped in the stock, so it's a much more subtle effect than it sounds.
- Tornano i corsi di lingua e cultura cinese con Tea Time
- Nella buona società inglese il tè Qimen, noto con la traslitterazione di tè Keemun, è stato tradizionalmente molto apprezzato, contendendo il primato al Darjeeling più pregiato.
- This year's Tea Party has a special authenticity
- The blend that fell from the side of the ship is based on the blend of leaves thrown to the wind in 1773.
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- Every year, you really try. You try to be thoughtful and not stressed, try to be timely and not throw your budget out the window. But then reality hits.
Keemun is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Keemun books and related discussion.
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