I re-purchased this tea a few weeks ago, not remembering if I liked it or not. And I do. It’s very smoky, “meaty,” and campfire-esq. It would be a great tea for a winter afternoon or while camping.

It’s smoky and delightful.

I shared a cup with my Dad, who said that it was “no different than eating burning firewood.” So, yes, it’s an acquired taste.

It took me a few sips to finally decide whether or not it’s right for me, and I’ve decided that it’s a grand tea. I will be buying more from Twinings and other places.

(Side Note: It’s too strong on its own, but I really like it with a dash of cream and a teaspoon of sugar.)

Any suggestions on where I could find a quality Lapsang from, other than Twinings?

Flavors: Campfire, Smoke

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Mostly drinking sheng/shou puerh. Gongfu daily; western brew at work.

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Drinking down a lot of my teas in 2020. I may not observe these sessions as much as I’d like, but I’ll note them, when the mood strikes.


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