Goji Berry x Lapsang

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Goji Berries, Wolfberry, Zhenshan Xiaozhong Tea
Flavors
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Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “My first of the teas sent to me (free) from DuvalTea from their sadly unsuccessful Indiegogo campaign. Thank you again! Wolfberry? Wolfberry. Okay, let me look that up. Oh, see... much more...” Read full tasting note
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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

Steeping instructions:
∆ 1 tsp
∆ Infuse 7 cups
∆ 94°C 201°F
∆ Steeping time 3 – 4 min
∆ Caffeine ★★☆☆☆

Harvested Time: March, 2011

Farmer/Origin: Acupspring, (一杯春) Fujian Province, China

Certification: FDA,GAP,GMP,HACCP,ISO,QS

Ingredients: High-grown Black Tea from the mountains of Fujian Province, China

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My first of the teas sent to me (free) from DuvalTea from their sadly unsuccessful Indiegogo campaign. Thank you again!

Wolfberry? Wolfberry. Okay, let me look that up. Oh, see… much more interesting to list that Goji berry, or Goji plant – which is what wolfberry is. The article I read also likens the flavor to “sweet liquorice”, which, I guess I understand? I find this tea a bit sweeter in a fruity way than licorice itself, with a bit of soapy in there for good measure. It’s also surprisingly creamy, and the base is a lovely compliment. I’m laughing as I type this, because this may be the first time I’ve ever said that about a Lapsang. In fact, I get zero smokiness out of this, which I normally associate with Lapsang. Booyah!

If it weren’t for the soapy taste, I’d likely re-order this again. As this was the perfect amount for one cup, this is also a sipdown.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
JustJames

goji is good stuff, great for you…. nice to eat dried too. tibetan i think? originally?

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