Lapsang Souchong

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  • “My eldest daughter and her husband just went to Williamsburg, Virginia and when they saw this tea they thought of their "little" traveling companion from last fall....her youngest sister. Youngest...” Read full tasting note
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From Pluff Tea Company

A traditional Chinese black tea especially blended for John Greenhow, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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My eldest daughter and her husband just went to Williamsburg, Virginia and when they saw this tea they thought of their “little” traveling companion from last fall….her youngest sister. Youngest daughter loves hearty teas like Assams, Irish Breakfast, and Lapsang Souchongs….the stronger the better. They brought home a packet as a souvenir for her.

It is reasonably priced at 10.95 for four ounces. The dry leaf smell reminds me of smoked bacon.

Steeped, the clarity made me wonder if we should have given it a little more time, but the taste says we did it perfectly. This is light and sweet, with a clear, fresh water taste, like filtered cold water when you are thirsty. The smoke is present but not very strong. The base is sweet. It reminds a bit of Upton’s Black Dragon. I dare say this could be a favorite Lapsang for me.

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