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Lapsang Souchong

Catalogue code: 2002132
£4.50

Description

To give this tea its unmistakable flavour, the plucked leaves are withered over pine fires, pan-dried and rolled and placed in bamboo baskets and smoked over smouldering pinewood fires. Once confined to Chinas Fujian province, it is now enjoyed across the globe.
Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

SmokyRich
To give this tea its unmistakable flavour, the plucked leaves are withered over pine fires, pan-dried, rolled and placed in bamboo baskets, then smoked over smouldering pinewood fires. Deliciously smoky, it pairs wonderfully with strong cheeses, or a slice of chocolate cake.
Strong
Afternoon
China
How to Brew

How to Brew

For every cup you wish to make, add a rounded teaspoon of leaves to your pot. Add freshly-boiled water, brew for 3-5 minutes, place your strainer over your cup and pour. For tea bags, simply brew in your cup for 3-5 minutes, remove and enjoy.

Description

To give this tea its unmistakable flavour, the plucked leaves are withered over pine fires, pan-dried and rolled and placed in bamboo baskets and smoked over smouldering pinewood fires. Once confined to Chinas Fujian province, it is now enjoyed across the globe.

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