I ordered this as part of Upton’s “British Sampler”.
In the tin, the smell was very smokey, almost like a recently put-out campfire.
Brewed, this tea retained that campfire smell, but it was much reduced.
I was wary of the Lapsang, but it blended surprisingly well. I have not knowingly had Keemum before, so I could not pick it out with the first cup. The Darjeeling added an interesting floral hint, and because of the Darjeeling, I was wary of adding too much sugar, or even a bit of milk. I finally decided the LS was strong enough to warrant a dribble of milk after a few sips.
This tea is definitely growing on me.