Wuyi Lapsang Souchong

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Chocolate, Malt, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Average preparation
4 oz / 118 ml

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The Lapsang Souchong Black Tea is made from spring tea leaves from Tong Mu Guan, Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province of China. The high mountains are covered in forests and are rounded in a heavy mist which helps provide the ideal environment for growing top quality tea. It is processed by the traditional crafts of Black Tea, and it doesn’t have smoky flavor. The tea has wonerful fruit and sweet flavor, the taste of it presents a sweet and soft and yet mellow with a delicate flavor on the back.






The Lapsang souchong benefits came from flavonoids and antioxidants that are abundant in camellia sinensis plant, in which major types of black tea contains. The Lapsang souchong benefit can be valued especially when you are drunk, for Lapsang souchong can be tea accompanying food. Please use hot water 80~85℃ (not 100 ℃) to Brewing the ta, the taste will be very sweet and mellow.





In terms of Health, One of lapsang souchong benefit is reducing the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, another lapsang souchong benefit it helps fight against inflammation, in which we need nowadays because the climate temperature of the earth is too hot. In addition to, Lapsang souchong benefit is that it helps strengthen the immune system, a powerful guard for us to stay away from various disease and sickness.




Lapsang Souchong is popular among European countries, especially the royalty of the UK

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EVERYONE. SHOULD. DRINK.THIS.TEA.

My goodness is this amazing! It reminds me of Japanaese black gyokuro :)

curlygc

Black gyokuro? Oh dear. I had no idea such a thing existed! I also learned today that such a thing as green darjeeling exists. My world keeps expanding…

Lariel of Lórien

But what if I don’t like the Lapsang?

Liquid Proust

There is zero smoke… It is amazing

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This tea is not smoky. It is very similar to Yunnan Sourcing’s Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong of Wu Yi Fujian Black tea. I think this one is the better of the two (at least comparing the 2015 from YS). It’s sweet and malty with chocolate notes.

When I was looking on Ebay for this type of tea it’s very confusing whether it’s this type of lapsang souchong or the smoky one. I like both but prefer this one. I just wonder why it’s called lapsang souchong when I thought the name “Lapsang Souchong” meant smoky?

Flavors: Chocolate, Malt, Sweet

Preparation
1 tsp 4 OZ / 118 ML
Ubacat

I saw your review on that tea but it might not be the exact same tea. I think your tea had golden tips in it.

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