Lapsang Souchong

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Black Tea
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Caramel, Coconut, Malt, Smoke, Sweet
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  • “My kitty’s mouth pain has magically (surgically) been transformed into wallet pain. $800 and six extractions later, her mouth is in much better shape than it’s ever been. She was rescued from a...” Read full tasting note

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This chinese black tea has an intense smoky flavour and aroma that is achieved by drying the tea leaves over pine log fires. These tea leaves have a special characteristic in that they have a subtle hint of a sweet fruit in China called “longan” which emerges in later steepings.

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My kitty’s mouth pain has magically (surgically) been transformed into wallet pain. $800 and six extractions later, her mouth is in much better shape than it’s ever been.

She was rescued from a hoarding situation with about 30 other cats, so she’s pretty inbred and had terrible health problems when she was taken out of there.

She’s had mouth surgery in the past to clean and remove teeth, as well as surgery to remove an eye that was too badly damaged by infection to heal, and then a few years ago was hit by a car and broke her pelvis. She’s an amazing, resilient little thing, just the most loving, tiny cat ever, and totally my fluffy orange baby. I’m hoping this will be the last big health thing for her for a very long time, though I would do almost anything for this cat.

So today was getting up super early and then three hours of driving to drop her off at the vet and then pick her up again, and I am dead tired. I’m at my sweetie’s house tonight to keep an eye on kitty post-anaesthesia, and had this tea with a friend who came over to visit.

I always enjoy this one – smokey, sweet and complex. Hints of coconut. Our friend was less impressed and thought it tasted like dirt. Lapsang is definitely an acquired taste for some.

Flavors: Coconut, Smoke, Sweet


Awwww – they are amazing creature. Sorry that’s she’s had tough times, but it’s so great that’s you and she found each other…. :))
(“just the most loving” – LOL I always seem to end up with the crazy, keep me up because he’s playing all night type).


Aww, kitty. Hope she feels better and stays out of trouble for a while! :)

carol who

Wow… talk about 9 lives! Hope she’s feeling better soon.


Lol. I’ve had some pretty intense cats. One of my sweetie’s cats yells if you touch her. Or don’t touch her. Or make more noise than her in the same room. Or really anything.

And my mum had a pair of brothers who could just not stay off the counter. You could see them trying to resist the temptation and then just caving. We even came home once and found one of them inside the fridge freezer (door open) destroying frozen packages of meat.

Cajun is pretty mellow and is super attached to me. She just prances around and cuddles with me and comes when I call her. I just wish she’d stop fighting with the other cats :P

I have a major soft spot for cats with disabilities or general brokenness. I have always gone for the “less adoptable” ones.


That’s awesome that your both willing and wanting to take in those that might struggle to find a home with others.

Personally I’d be right there with you, except my in-laws (who I actually like!!) are allergic and my partner thinks cats are evil…

Anyways, I’m glad to hear that she’s doing better now!

Maddy Barone

My Dixie kitty came from a very similar situation. She’s only three, and I’ve had for a little over a year, and so far no major health issues. But I expect they’ll come as she ages. Bless you for taking her on and giving her an excellent home.


We’ve had some rough patches – my mum died fairly suddenly this summer, and so we had to find homes for most of our cats, as none of us could take all nine, but friends and family gave all of them places. I live with my partner who’s deathly allergic to cats, so Cajun lives with my sweetie. I’m so glad to still have her with me – she’s very precious to me.

I hope your Dixie continues to fare well!


Good luck with your cat. I want another cat since mine passed away but don’t know if my landlord will let me get another.

Sami Kelsh



Poor baby’s face was all swollen this morning, but I gave her her pain meds and we had a bit of a snuggle. I’m sure she’ll be fine – even last night as she was coming out of her anaesthesia she was prancing and playing and running around.


Aww, kitty. ♥ I got mine a doggy chew toy that you stuff with treats, to help clean his teeth. It actually WORKS, is the weird part.

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