I don’t know if I necessarily enjoy drinking smoked pinewood tea. I mean its okay. I can see why people would enjoy it.. I can also see why people use it with steak marinades.. Idk.. I’m trying to like this.. I don’t think I do though. And I don’t think I’ll make a mission of it like pu`erh to like it because that I understood why people like it more. This.. meh.. idk.. not a fan. Rating based on User preference not in comparison to other lapsangs
Lapsang Souchong, a smoky tea that originated in the Chinese province of Fujian. Lapsang is the oldest black tea known. What gives this special tea it’s smokiness is simple, it is dried and smoked over burning pine needles. Strong and smoky, much like a campfire this tea also has a subtle sweetness to it. Very good with or without sweetner. This tea however, is not for the delicate tea drinker, very strong and intense in flavor.
Ingredients: black tea dried & smoked over pinewood needles