by adagio teas (8 reviews)
ingredients: black tea
price level: $$$$
Black tea from the Anhui province of China. Perhaps the most famous of Chinese varieties, prized for its rich, toasty flavor, mineral flinty notes and smoky, almost incense aroma. Our Keemun Concerto steeps a beautiful, fiery amber red, with a smoky aroma and earthy, smooth flavor. Clean finish and very mellow. Steep at 212°F for 3-5 minutes
Too smoky for me, but I should have read that and known. It was a half off sample, so it wasn’t a huge loss.
Did not care for the lychee notes in this. The tea had an acidic note too it that I can only assume came from the lychee.
Wow very strong, smoky and earthy. Great tea for breakfast or when you need a kick
This is a great black tea. It is starchy, rich, and warm-tasting. Inspired by Brigadoon Breakfast, I mixed it with Assam Melody, which was just wonderful.
I recently found an unopened sample of Keemun Concerto in my tea drawer. I've never been so excited to find an unexpected tea. It's so smooth - exactly what I love in a good tea. It's not overpowering in any way, somehow it's slightly smoky and sweet without really being either; it's replacing my longtime green tea-only habit. I just ordered the big bag.
Amazing tea. Rich and strong but still very smooth. Great for kickstart every morning
I really like this ya alot,...I think I will try to find it
This is my go to train the morning. It’s rich, dark, and satisfying! Just the smell makes me glad I woke up to drink it!