Tea Type: Black
Region: Tongmu Village, Fujian Province
This one is not for the faint-hearted!
If you like intense flavour you have come to the right place.
The finished tea is dried over a smoking pine fire, which imparts a sweet clean smoky aroma.
Unlike cheaper grades, this high-grade Lapsang Souchong has a beautifully even profile, with a slightly cool smokiness and a smooth menthol aftertaste.
Best served in a pot. Don’t stick your nose in straight away, let it breathe first to enjoy fully.
Best time to drink
When the rain is pouring and it's warm and cosy inside, this is a great tea to settle down with in the afternoon or early evening.
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