Keemun Hao Ya
Considered one of the elites of Chinese tea, Keemun Hao Ya is smooth, deep, and rich. No milk or sugar is needed for this satisfying, winey delight.
Origins: In 1875, a failed Chinese bureaucrat named Yu Gancheng began growing this tea in Qimen in Anhui Province.
Flavor Profile: Rich, smooth, wine-like.
Caffeine: 60-90mg/8oz cup
Health Benefits: All black teas contain powerful antioxidants known for fighting disease, specifically heart disease. Tea is a zero-calorie beverage, making it an ideal, delicious substitute for high-calorie drinks like soda and energy drinks.
Ingredients: Keemun black tea.