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Lapsang Souchong is a smoky, deep and distinctive tea that originated in Fujian, China accidentally many centuries ago! Tea was carried by horses from Yunnan to Tibet and continental Europe, acquiring its signature smoky aroma along the way thanks to the smoke from the fires burnt for warmth during the frigid cold nights along the Silk Road!


Our Traditional Lapsang Souchong is a deeply aromatic leaf, similar to a smoky campfire, yet infuses a cup with a distinctive smoothness, topped off by hints of signature smoked pine.


To create the refined smokiness, freshly plucked leaves are withered over an open Pine wood fire to infuse naturally, before being pan-fired to slow down the oxidation process and then individually hand rolled. After rolling, the leaves are pressed and stored in wooden barrels, covered with cloths and allowed to complete the oxidation process.


Origin - Fujian, China

Caffeine - Medium 

Ingredients - Black Tea

Lapsang Souchong

  • Tea - 1 TSP

    Water - 200 ML

    Temperature - 95°C

    Time - 2 - 3 MIN

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