Florist Lapsang

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Black Tea
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Flavors
Honey, Lavender, Maple Syrup
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Have you ever had a Lapsang Souchong that is way to smokey and wanted a more approachable experience?

Our Florist Lapsang is an unabashed easy drinking Lapsang with depth, complexity and a knock out floral aroma for the flower lovers.

Each purchase is for 25g of tea.

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Sipdown 168-2021
This was an absolute joy to drink. It reminded me of a bug bitten oolong- sweet honey and stone fruit flavors melded beautifully with the soft floral notes.

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It’s been a while since I got the chance to sit down and spend a while with a tea, I’m glad I found the time for a quiet morning with this one. Highly sweet and syrupy, a little lighter in color and flavor than I expected, with faint floral overtones. It’s not as intense or striking as some of w2t’s other lapsang options, but with a few tasty subtleties I enjoyed paying attention to.

update: I made the vegan chocolate cake from Smitten Kitchen’s website using this instead of water and it was delicious.

Flavors: Honey, Lavender, Maple Syrup

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Gongfu Sipdown (1327)!

On a sipdown role!! Brewed this up a bit strong in one of my Arbee Ceramics pots. It’s got a lovely syrupy liquor with a mix of very golden honey, wildflower, and beeswax notes – some infusions had a sweet French Bread note as well, and a raisin-y fruit note to the undertones and finish. I agree with W2T’s description of this lapsang having a great deal of depth to it; I was pleasantly taken aback by all of the honey sweetness at first, but as I get farther into the session and started stacking infusions I felt as though I was settling into a place of comfort and familiarity with this tea. In my opinion, it’s not as unique as some of the other unsmoked Lapsang from W2T and I feel like I would be more much inclined to reach for Fruit Bomb or Strawberry Lapsang, but I’m thoroughly enjoying this!

Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CLAHHNXApIm/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMFNgrOuiXA&ab_channel=Morly

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