Lapsang Souchong (Smoked Black Tea) 019
You know that warm feeling when sitting with your friends around a campfire, telling stories and having fun. This smoked black tea known as “campfire tea” will recreate that soothing feeling for you. The legend says that this intense, smoky black tea from Fujian Province in China was the result of an accidental drying of the leaves in haste over pine fires. The tea ended up being traded to the Dutch who sang its praises and requested more. Thus, this unforgettably pungent, smoky tea came into worldwide admiration. Obviously this tea tastes very smoky and has an intense aroma due to the pine wood fires used for drying the leaves. It brews to a dark brown color.
Ingredients: Smoked Black Tea
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