Hao Ya 'B,' a Keemun black tea from China, is made in late spring and offers great taste and value. It is less intense than Hao Ya 'A,'. It has warm toasty notes with hints of chocolate.
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||Keemuns are some China's most renowned black teas, the British acquired a love for Keemuns. The teas come from the rolling hills in southeastern Anhui Province in China. After the MaoFeng is finished around the beginning of May, the Hao Yas are made. Hao Ya's are separated: the best tips become Hao Ya A and the next best tips become Hao Ya 'B'.
||Small dark leaves.
||Clear and dark copper liquor.
||Light notes of cocoa and apricot.
||This a medium to full-bodied tea.
||The Keemun Hao Ya 'B' has dark cocoa flavors. It is less intense the Hao Ya 'A'.
||4 to 5 minutes