In my words, this tea is a little bit smokey. I mix a little of it with dried fruit, or any unflavoured black tea - very nice with a meal and after a meal. I find it a little overpowering on its own but definitely worth a try. English love it!
Good Morning! England!
Every time I smell Lapsang Souchong I think of family camping trips. It's that first cup of tea that you drink as you stand around the morning campfire on a chilly morning while you wait for everyone else to crawl out of their tents. You can smell the campfire and it just warms your spirit. When I can't get outdoors to play or when my next vacation is just too far away I brew myself a pot of Lapsang Souchong and soon I'll be smiling again!
Personality: healthy, cheerful, gentle, ambitious, communicative!
Sun Sign: ♐ – Sagittarius
Chinese Zodiac: Ox – 牛
∆ 1 tsp
∆ Infuse 7 cups
∆ 94°C 201°F
∆ Steeping time 3 - 4 min
∆ Caffeine ★★☆☆☆
∆ 30 grams can make 119 + cups of tea. (based on 1 tsp loose leaf per cup of water)
Harvested Time: March, 2011
Acupspring, (一杯春) Fujian Province, China
High-grown Black Tea from the mountains of Fujian Province, China
☼ Benefits of Lapsang Souchong (Black Tea) ☼ PLEASE VISIT THE LINK BELOW
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/483589-black-tea-benefits-reduced-blood-sugar-levels/#ixzz22LBCaDtc
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