Product Description

Lapsang souchong is the oldest black tea in China. It is originated from the Tongmuguan village, Xingcun, Wuyishan city in Fujian province. “Lapsang” indicates that the tea is processed with leaves from Wuyi Mountain, which is differentiated from nearby areas. Lapsang Souchong has unique smoky aroma because leaves are dried over smoking pine fires. When finished they are thick, glossy black strips of leaves. The liquor is mellow with distinct taste of longan and black dates infusion. Good for breakfast and tea time. Drink without or with a little sugar and milk.

Product Origin: Mount Wuyi, Fujian
Grade: Grade A
Quantity: 5g x 5 packets
Tea Type: Black Tea
Tea Intensity: Bright Red
Aroma: Pine Smoke
Taste: Dried Longan, Black Date
Shelf Life: 3 months
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.

Brewing Method
Add 5g of tea leaves to the porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 85°C – 95°C. Steep for approximately 30 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.


Product Description

Lapsang souchong is the oldest black tea in China. It is originated from the Tongmuguan village, Xingcun, Wuyishan city in Fujian province. “Lapsang” indicates that the tea is processed with leaves from Wuyi Mountain, which is differentiated from nearby areas. Lapsang Souchong has unique smoky aroma because leaves are dried over smoking pine fires. When finished they are thick, glossy black strips of leaves. The liquor is mellow with distinct taste of longan and black dates infusion. Good for breakfast and tea time. Drink without or with a little sugar and milk.

Product Origin: Mount Wuyi, Fujian
Grade: Grade A
Quantity: 5g x 5 packets
Tea Type: Black Tea
Tea Intensity: Bright Red
Aroma: Pine Smoke
Taste: Dried Longan, Black Date
Shelf Life: 3 months
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour.

Brewing Method
Add 5g of tea leaves to the porcelain brewing vessel. Pour in approximately 150ml of water with temperature of 85°C – 95°C. Steep for approximately 30 seconds. Serve. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavor.


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