Laoshan Black

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea Leaves
Flavors
Brown Sugar, Burnt Sugar, Caramel, Cinnamon, Cocoa, Dill, Grain, Baked Bread, Honey, Malt, Roasted Barley, Roasted nuts, Chocolate, Chestnut, Burnt, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Toast, Toasted, Brown Toast, Roasted, Toasty, Cannabis, Hops, Wood, Coconut, Toasted Rice, Creamy, Soybean
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Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Fair Trade, Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Patrick Berkeley
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 45 sec 5 g 10 oz / 288 ml

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  • “SIPDOWN! *gasp* Alright...i have a bunch of backlogs to do but first i needed to pay attention to this tea. You see kittylovestea really wanted to try this, so i opened my bag up and realised...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Yes, I'm drinking this again! It's my birthday, so I can drink anything I want! Of course, I can drink anything I want any day of the year, but this seemed like a perfect start today, & it was....” Read full tasting note
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    Terri HarpLady 3015 tasting notes
  • “Brewed up a bunch of this quite strong for icing - I'll see how that fares in the morning! In the meanwhile, I'm enjoying a second infusion, which, possibly because it's more than double strength,...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2410 tasting notes
  • “I snagged 4 oz of the autumn version of this tea after feeling a bit anxious about the last of my spring tea getting sipped down. Now I'm pretty much at peace, enjoying the strong chocolate/barley...” Read full tasting note
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    cavocorax 1700 tasting notes

From Verdant Tea

This is one of the pioneer black teas from Laoshan. The village only started experimenting with making black tea out of their uniquely bean-like green tea a year or two ago.

Early steepings are remarkably smooth and creamy, reminiscent of a floral Big Red Robe in their creamy and luscious texture and heady orchid floral notes. The signature chocolate and barley flavor is more muted to balance with the subtleties of the texture. The best way to describe the sensation of drinking this tea is that of handmade butter caramels melting on your tongue.

Later steepings see a shift towards fruity raw cacao flavor, and strong Madagascar vanilla bean. The barley notes remind us of our time in a Tibetan village on a high plateau watching the barley harvest and breathing in the smell of the roasting grains over a wood fire. The aftertaste remains extraordinarily thick, like homemade whipped cream. Mr. and Mrs. He, who cultivate this incredible tea on their small farm in Laoshan Village have outdone themselves with this precious spring harvest.

Region: He family farm, Laoshan Village, Shandong

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753 Tasting Notes

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5107 tasting notes

SIPDOWN! gasp

Alright…i have a bunch of backlogs to do but first i needed to pay attention to this tea. You see kittylovestea really wanted to try this, so i opened my bag up and realised i had enough to send her a small tasting (usually it would be more) and have a single last cup for myself.

Since the whole point of doing a mini swap with mercuryhime had been to try MY LB with the new LB i knew it was time to check this out.

1. New harvest? Smells funny. I understand now why some folks have recently been off put by the smell. It’s very earthy to me and honestly when it got wet it was sort of wet mud. My other half said it smelled like bread. My old delicious wonderful harvest? It smells like cocoa…delicious cocoa.

2. Western brew since quite frankly that’s my favourite way to brew LB. I must have sat and stared at my two cups, smelling the wet leaves, smelling the cups, looking at the liquor…just waiting…

3. First sips…oh man, it’s been a while since i’ve tasted you my old friend. The new harvest? It’s still chocolately and malty but there’s a bitterness in the back that makes it a little less smooth than my spring harvest. The old harvest is a little sweeter too, though it’s a dark malty chocolate so it’s not “sweet” exactly.

Final Verdict? While the taste of the two isn’t that far off – at least not enough that a black tea lover like myself would strongly object – the SMELL from the wet leaf is really quite off putting. It’s enough to make me hesitant about drinking it until the liquid is actually in my mouth. Will i repurchase this harvest? Maybe. But i’ll likely try and spend some time drinking down other teas in my cupboard first, and grabbing some of this IF the harvest gets low. IE. I don’t want to NOT be able to drink it, but that aroma is killing me.

Thanks again to Mercuryhime for letting me do a comparison. I understand now why people have been confused with the high ratings for this one. Makes me glad i’ve had 6oz of the old harvest to enjoy while it was here lol

Edit: Just have to put out there that this is one of the few teas i’ve ever re-ordered, and certainly the first tea i ever ordered 4oz of. After drinking through my 2 oz lol. So the tea is totally worth exploring when the different harvests come in.

Mercuryhime

David from Verdant is currently doing a Spring tea tour of China. I’m hoping he brings back a spring harvest of Laoshan black. I’m starting to forget why I loved this tea so much to begin with. :(

Mercuryhime

Also, I’m glad you agree that it tastes different than the old batch. I was afraid I was losing my mind. :)

Sil

You haven’t lost your mind. It’s changed but not like ZOMG it’s SOOO different, but enough that today i’d probably only rate it like an 80?

Mercuryhime

It’s true that it isn’t SO different. I can recognize the elements that I loved in the old batch, but it’s different enough that I actually can’t tolerate more than half a cup before I have to toss it. Might also be because my high expectations create extra disappointment. But anyway, I emailed Verdant about it and they told me to let them know next time I plan to order and they’ll let me know if the Spring batch is available. :) I just have to get enough of the spring batch to last all year.

Sil

let me know if you hear about the spring batch. i for sure want another 4 oz since that apparently lasts me 7months or so in between all the other teas i drink lol

Terri HarpLady

The main difference I noticed was that the ‘bean’ flavor has be ome more prominent

Bonnie

I’m one of those who uses a little less leaf than Verdant recommends. I think that adjustments have to be made with each harvest because they’ll never be exactly the same. All the factors of earth and climate is what makes tea do exciting…much like wine and perhaps we’ve yet to taste the best Laoshan Black.

Sil

Bonnie – pretty sure i’m with you on that boat…verdant suggests a tablespoon if i recall. I pretty much treat this like most other teas with a 1-1.5 tsp per cup ratio.

Angrboda

So there is a difference, although a fairly small one taste-wise. Interesting. Well, all years can’t be equally good, I suppose.

OMGsrsly

I did 1 tbsp per 20 oz the other night, and my impression was still chocolate and dirt pies. Nice loamy dirt, but still dirt! I really want to try a different harvest…

Mercuryhime

For me, the worst thing about this current batch is the very roasted, almost burnt flavor. It overwhelms the natural chocolate flavor that I fell in love with. :( OMGsrsly, I’ll send you a bit of the spring batch when I get some, cause I’m sure I will. :) just remind me in case I forget.

Rachel J

I am fascinated by what you just said Mercuryhime. I bought some Laoshan Black for the first time a couple of weeks ago and was so excited to try it. I’m really not sure I like it, though, and it’s specifically because of the roasted, burnt quality you just mentioned. You can see what I said about that in my last tasting note.

Nitoo6of6

Well I am glad to read all the comments here. I just got an oz of this because of the great reviews and although I enjoyed the tea I didn’t quite understand why everyone was describing chocolate as opposed to heavily roasted.

Sil

Yeah – I felt the need to do this comparison because I was seeing so many recent reviews of people saying less than stellar things. Not that i think everyone has to love this tea but some of the comments were confusing me as they didn’t jive with my experiences. So a plot was born by mercuryhime and i! bwahahahahaha Stay tuned for scenes from our next plot – spring harvest – is the chocolate back? :)

Rachel J

Tune in next season for the exciting continuation. ;)

Bonnie

Early Spring harvest is going to be the first oolong from Laoshan and Verdant bought it prior to picking. Laoshan Black would probably come after since the fields will produce the rest of the Spring tea’s we all love. We’ll see.

OMGsrsly

Oh, that would be awesome Mercuryhime. I’m giving the rest of my package to the guy who runs my local tea shop. He likes it, and I don’t want to waste the Autumn Harvest!

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3015 tasting notes

Yes, I’m drinking this again! It’s my birthday, so I can drink anything I want! Of course, I can drink anything I want any day of the year, but this seemed like a perfect start today, & it was.

And Dag, after giving it some thought, this is from the spring harvest

Sil

Happy birthday stinker hugs

Lee

Happy Birthday!!

Rosehips

Happy Birthday! May it be a lovely day.

boychik

Happy Birthday! Enjoy your day! i hope your trees are still blooming for you

TheTeaFairy

Dear Terri, for you’re birthday, I am offering you a performance. I have re-written the famous song “it’s my party” just for you. Here it goes: «It’s myyyy birthday, I can drink what I waaant to…drink what I waaant to….drink what I waaant to…..Laaa-o-shan Black, you’re my favourite to-daaay!!!»
Thank you, thank you very much… ( good thing Steepster is not in 3D sound just yet, lol!)

Courtney

Happy birthday!

Cavocorax

Happy birthday! :D Only the best teas for you today!

VariaTEA

Happy birthday!!

yyz

Happy Birthday!

caile

Happy Birthday!! Enjoy!

Nightshifter

Yay! Happy Birthday! :D

Yvonne

Happy birthday! ♥

Veronica

Happy birthday!!!!

Fjellrev

Yay, happy birthday!

TeaExplorer

What a great way to celebrate your birthday! Congratulations :-D

__Morgana__

Happy birthday!

Terri HarpLady

Thanks everyone!!!
Tea Fairy, I feel really special, thanks for sharing your talents!
;)

CharlotteZero

Happy birthday!

Stephanie

Woohoo! Happy birthday! :)

Tea Sipper

Happy Birthday!

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2410 tasting notes

Brewed up a bunch of this quite strong for icing – I’ll see how that fares in the morning! In the meanwhile, I’m enjoying a second infusion, which, possibly because it’s more than double strength, tastes much like a regular first infusion.

Anyhow, I used 2 tbsp of leaf for about 10oz and steeped for 1 min, then diluted that with probably another 10 oz. of cold water and stuck it in the fridge.

ETA: Yum!! Not only was it pretty darn delicious cold (very dark chocolate), I added sweetener (yep, maple syrup is the current sweetener of choice for cold beverages as it’s the only liquid sweetener I currently have), and I sucked back the cup in no time. It didn’t necessarily need it, I just wanted it to be sweet. The maple syrup really brought out the dark chocolate notes, so it was very satisfying. I’ll have to try some other blacks this way! I haven’t been drinking as much tea lately (only want cold drinks) and my water/liquids intake has been dwindling… iced tea is clearly the remedy.

Preparation
Boiling 1 min, 0 sec
Tealizzy

Somehow, I read this to mean you were making cake or cupcake icing with laoshan black tea! Not that you were making iced tea. Ha! Laoshan black icing though, that might be good!!

Fuzzy_Peachkin

I thought the same as Tealizzy! :-) Maybe we just wantt cupcakes?

Tealizzy

I love cupcakes! Laoshan black cupcakes, please!!

Kittenna

Ahahahaha. Those would be some tasty cupcakes, I think! Quite dark and rich. Now I’m kind of tempted to use the tea in an infusion for icing or something, like I’ve done previously with coffee…

Fuzzy_Peachkin

I saw a recipe the other day for earl grey cupcakes and I think it could be done with this tea the same way. Oh I might just go on a baking binge this weekend. I already have matcha muffins planned.

Sil

I’ve done icing with matcha…. that was super delicious!

OMGsrsly

Fuzzy_Peachkin, Earl Grey Chocolate Cake. It would be amazing with Laoshan Black instead of Earl Grey. http://www.shutterbean.com/2012/chocolate-earl-grey-cake/

Fuzzy_Peachkin

That looks so tasty! Thanks, OMGsrsly! Need to get chocolate and yogurt!

Tealizzy

OMGsrsly – YUM!

MissLena

Baha, I thought of cake icing as well :D

OMGsrsly

I don’t actually use yogurt – I just make “buttermilk” by mixing almond milk and 1 tsp vinegar or lemon juice. :) You can use regular milk or soy milk as well! Of course, I do use real butter…

Donna A

I like Laoshan black better cold than hot. I found that cold-steeping over night in the fridge works great too. I followed the Verdant Tea website instructions.

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1700 tasting notes

I snagged 4 oz of the autumn version of this tea after feeling a bit anxious about the last of my spring tea getting sipped down. Now I’m pretty much at peace, enjoying the strong chocolate/barley notes, listening to Birdy on the computer, and watching the baby play with a box of Twinings Earl Grey tea bags. It seems like a pretty good kid toy, and I’m not worried she’ll wreck it.

We are off to Hamilton today to drop a friend (and the stuff we drove across the country for him!) so that’ll be fun – I haven’t seen much of Ontario yet. Maybe we’ll go the extra hour or so to Niagra Falls? Not sure if today is the day to do that, but I’ll be very upset if we move back to BC in a year and we haven’t gone, and we won’t once the weather turns. (Obviously). :P

Hope everyone else is having a relaxing Sunday.

Indigobloom

Oh hey you’re only here for one year?!

Cavocorax

It’s one year for his Masters, then we have to figure out what we do next. We might be here longer? Or we might run back to BC as soon as we can. :p

Sil

don’t leave me… sniff

Cavocorax

Awwww. :(
I’ll have to convince you guys to come west if/when we move.

Fjellrev

I had no idea only a year was in the plans! I thought it was semi-permanent. Definitely make sure you do stuff within that year because it sure flies by.

Terri HarpLady

A year? Hmmm….I guess I need to plan a trip to Toronto so I can meet you girls all in one place sometime before you move again!

Indigobloom

Terri, yes, YESSSSS you do!! That’d take the sting outta having Cavorax here for only (potentially) one yr. Would SO love to finally meet you!! :D
(Incendiare, are you within driving distance? lol)

Terri HarpLady

Maybe next summer? LOL, if I can afford it! I guess I’d better go on a LONG tea buying hiatus! :)

Sil

Terri – you can save money by staying at my place! :)

Terri HarpLady

And we can drink ALL THE TEAS! :)
I’ve never been to Canada!

Sil

see…you totally have to come. i promise the water is tasty..and it’s not like icky florida

Cavocorax

Yeah, I was worried about that, but I didn’t notice much difference.

Terri HarpLady

I love me some good crystal clear water! :)

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tea, tea, tea, tea, tea LAOSHAN BLACK tea, tea, tea, tea, tea.

There’s a list of tea’s that I could be satisfied with having and be happy with them for the rest of my life. (There are just over 15 I’ve been tinkering with.)

Laoshan Black would be in my top 5. It’s a staple in my diet.

Have you looked at the Verdant website alchemy blends?
Three have Laoshan Black in them. This is one of the reasons this tea is a staple in my cupboard…BLENDABILITY!

My local tea shop has herbs and spices at reasonable prices ranging from $1-$2 an ounce (and Eric always makes sure I have the freshest).
I received my new Laoshan Black in the mail yesterday on the way to tea, and thought I’d buy some of these interesting additions for adding to tea. I’ve been mixing elderberries, ginger, chysanthemum, fennel, jasmine, burduck root, cassia to pu’er on occasion, whipping up tasty brews to satisfy my creative nature (this seems to work best with milder pu-er).

A big pinch of Laoshan Black added into Ginger Sage Winter Spa Blend is delicious (one of my favorites)!
My cocoa hull pu’er (called choco pu) with a pinch of Laoshan Black is amazingly rich.

This morning, I made a big pot of tea which I drank Naked. Laoshan Black and nothing added to it!.
It was an especially sensual tea drinking experience! (The guttural tea noises you can make when nobody is around!) A-hum!
You know what I’m talking about…come on, don’t pretend you don’t!

How could I have forgotten the cocoa goodness? Had it been so long since my last cup of Laoshan Black tea?

The new batch has to be even richer and creamier than before.
DD (David Duckler) is up to something, I know he is! That grainy texture mentioned by many people in earlier reviews was missing.
Maybe it was just Me? (Hope not!) But this was richer and creamier than I remembered.

No, this isn’t a hyped review of a tea. This isn’t an undeserved review.

It is as good as hundreds of people say. Even…Better!

Sil

hmmmmm maybe i’ll have to pick up some of the new batch heh. Of course that means i need to drink the rest of what i have left down….

Terri HarpLady

my sentiments exactly, Sil!

Kashyap

I’ve seen so many swoon over this tea, drawn to its natural and distinct chocolate/carob/nutty undertones that paint its unique character….the tea has clearly sown itself into the spectral star of the flavor profiles that distinctly outline various regions and this has certainly added the region to the map in a unique and wonderful way

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I am spoiling myself today with awesome teas :D and holy hannah, is this ever AMAZING tonight. I probably shouldn’t be having caffeine this late, but meh, I’ll be up studying anyways. This is like so good today. I did it Western for 3 minutes, and I have this caramel soaked brownie in my cup. This is the most caramelly I have ever gotten Laoshan Black to taste. No idea what I did differently lol, but it is awesome! I actually feel like I’m eating dessert. Rich and excellent. Maybe another steep or two tonight as well. See previous notes!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Rachel J

How much leaf and how much water? Still on the fence about whether I like this tea and am trying it different ways.

MissLena

It was probably about a teaspoon and a half, maybe a little bit less, I did a heaping one with a bit extra, and as for water, approximately 10 oz. Boiling water as well, hopefully you can find a way that works for you! :)

El Monstro

Rachel – I had some tonight: 1 teaspoon and water around 190F in a half cup of water for 2-3 minutes, and it was so good I raised my score a little bit.

Rachel J

Thanks, guys! Will try some later.

TheTeaFairy

Love the new pic MissLena :-)

MissLena

Thanks TeaFairy! It’s my verdant yixing pot, i thought it was about time I have it as my pic :)

TheTeaFairy

Looks fabulous! Using it for pu’erh?

Sil

new pic?

MissLena

My profile pic Sil, i just changed it from one of myself to my yixing :)

And I actually use it for dark roasted oolongs TeaFairy, namely mi lan dancong and the shui xian teas from Verdant, i love how it pours :) next one i get will probably be dedicated to some type of puerh though!

Sil

weird. still showing your lovely picture for me :)

Terri HarpLady

Yeah, I’m still seeing the photo of you too…

TheTeaFairy

pretty sure it has to do with your computer cache, try to empty it, might work…

MissLena

Oh weird! It might be a steepster bug then, haha hopefully the new one shows up soon!

Sil

it’s likely what the teafairy mentioned – looked and saw it using my other half’s computer. I’m just not up for clearing my cache yet…too many things in there make my life easier atm lol

Terri HarpLady

AHA! I’m seeing your photo on each line you post, but at the top of the page I see the photo of your yixing! It’s adorable!

Angrboda

Alternatively, try ctrl+F5 for a hard refresh of the page without paying attention to the cache. :)

MissLena

Thanks Terri, i love it :D

And thanks for the page tip, angrbroda! I’ll try to remember that one :)

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1995 tasting notes

I am currently on a slightly earlier schedule for my wakeup and such than I was before I left for the field, partly due to the jetlag and partly due to just having an earlier sleep schedule while I was in the field. It’s kind of nice having a big chunk of time before lunch to do stuff, and it also means I have time for two mugs of tea instead of one. Score! Originally I was going to do what amounts to a little less than 1Tbsp for my 12oz cup, which is becoming kind of a standard for fluffy black teas for me, but then I reread my old tasting note for this that said I had used 1Tbsp per 8oz in my first cup and it seems to have worked out, so I added another perfect teaspoon to the mug (total 1.5Tbsp) and went ahead from there.

Oh my goodness this smells delicious. Like lovely bakey chocolate, like chocolate cookies or chocolate chips after they’ve been baked in chocolate chip cookies. Tastes delicious as well, and the liquor is so thick and rich on the tongue. Chocolatey, grainy, nutty. It’s less caramelly and honeyed than some of my other favorite blacks, but it also has some almost fruity note the others lack. I can’t even really place it, but it’s a great combo, and now that I started tasting it, it’s coming out more and more. Almost like black currant? Yum.

I am sad that the Bergamot Rose Laoshan Black is currently out of stock, but I am heartened that it will be back within 2 weeks, because I have got to try that blend. It will be one of the only teas I allow myself to order this fall, and I can’t wait!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Bonnie

I think you are right in how the chocolate has that baked in the cookie flavor. The Zhu Rong is more dark chocolate. Such a great pair.

JacquelineM

I’m glad you’re back! I’ve missed your tasting notes :)

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2485 tasting notes

I am actually upping my rating on this today. I was having a wussy cup of tea and thought to myself, where is that Laoshan black stuff? I must have some now!

Good morning world!

Well if this tea does not wake you up and make an impression upon you, you are probably dead.

Very chocolate-y, malty and dark. Pretty delicious! I am loving this with some soymilk this morning. Definitely a great morning cup of tea if you want something a bit stronger. Thankfully I do not detect any bitterness here which is a great thing for moi. If you miss the taste of coffee you will most likely adore this.

Preparation
2 min, 15 sec
Charles Thomas Draper

It’s a shame you cannot buy more….

David Duckler

@Charles- You will definitely be able to buy more if you are willing to wait one more week. The new harvest of the Laoshan Black is supposed to be excellent, and is on its way. The progress can be tracked on the new live tracking page: http://verdanttea.com/november-shipment-live-tracking/

I will post an update note on the teas that are out when they get back in. (This, Tieguanyin, Cornfields, etc)

I like the tasting note- I am glad that it was strong enough to stand as a morning cup with soy milk. I will have to try that some time.
Thank you!

TeaBrat

@David – Hurray! I’m sure we will all be keen to try the new shipment of tea. :)

Geoffrey

Nice to see that it got you, Amy. This one gets me every time I try it. I brewed it up this morning again, and remembered just how much I love the stuff. Even when I’m away for a while, indulging my affections in a fine golden needle black, this Laoshan tea is always there in my mind – confidently and quietly saying, “You’ll be back…”

TeaBrat

@Geoffrey I will be getting some more when it comes in… oh yes…

David Duckler

Nice- I just went through 10 samples of golden needle today for fun and found myself thinking the same thing- where is that Laoshan Black? I am excited to see how the family perfects this with their second batch this autumn, though I am not sure how they will improve on the first.
Happy tasting,
David

David Duckler

Hello tea friends,
I will be sending an official notice in the next day or two, but I wanted to let you know that the Laoshan Black is in stock again. We now have the new autumn harvest. The tasting notes will be updated soon, but I can say that it is pretty phenomenal so far.

TeaBrat

Hurrah!!!

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464 tasting notes

I just broke into my newest package of laoshan black. Is it possible that this is even chocolatier and honey sweet? Maybe it’s just amazing because I haven’t had it in a few weeks and I made extra strong this morning. Morning bliss!

CHAroma

This review makes me smile. :)

Fuzzy_Peachkin

Hurrah for smiles!

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504 tasting notes

Sipdown :(

… because I’m going to pick up my Verdant package and I need more room on my special Verdant wall. Also – they taste so much better when they’re fresh, so I need to just suck it up and drink the teas while they are fresh and delicious! So there. :)

Yummy today! I’m starting my job tomorrow, the shift is only 8:30-1 and you have to wear a white shirt. I am going to spill SOMUCH freaking tea on my white shirts! This is not cool.

But what is cool? This tea. Aw, now that I think of it, I never did get to try it iced! But hot it’s so good, so I’m not complaining ;)

Rich and smooth, yet textured and grainy. Savoury and sweet – I could stare into the cup and be taken away for hours.

Bonnie

You’re going to need a tea bib

DaisyChubb

What a lightbulb moment! I DO need a tea bib! haha!
It can have a lobster on it, sipping tea.

TeaBrat

Are you working in a tea shop?

DaisyChubb

Sadly not, it’s a PR type job/customer service desk! But there’s a David’s nearby so I should always have tea on me – probably literally. I get the white shirt thing from my mom – she loves to wear white but whatever food is in hand inevitably ends up on shirt!

Bonnie

Get one of those portable Tide To Go stick things to do clean-up’s of tea on the white shirt. I’m a spiller who know tricks!

DaisyChubb

Ah great idea, thank you Bonnie! I’ll definitely need one – its home can be my purse :)

unfurl

Loved this tea. Its like having a more liquid chocolate fudge. Or that drop of chocolate ice cream that is about to fall off the cone.

DaisyChubb

@ unfurl – definitely! I can’t wait to taste the subtle differences of next season’s Laoshan Black – maybe even more chocolatey flavour is in store? ;)

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