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Chado Lapsang Souchong Black Tea, China, 50 g

11.25USD
11USD

This black tea , which is obtained from large-sized tea leaves grown in the Fujian region of China , is dried in a pine fire using traditional methods after being collected.

How to get Lapsang Souchong tea;

Lapsang Souchong is dried over a pine wood fire. Wood fire is very smoky and has an intense smell and taste. That's why it is also known as "smoked tea". Lapsang Souchong (pronounced as Lapsang Suçong) tea, which is well known by gourmet tea lovers, can be blended with Assam or Ceylon teas optionally to soften the taste . You can change the ratio of the blend depending on how strong you like the taste of the tea.

Like many regulars, you can drink Lapsang Souchong pure without blending it with any tea.

In ancient times, when the demand for tea in the Wuyi region was very high, it is known that the tea was dried in pine wood to dry quickly, and during this process, incense Lapsang Souchong tea was formed.

If you prefer strong flavors in pure teas, you can also check out our Gong Fu tea.

Ingredients: Black tea leaves

Preparation suggestions: It is recommended to brew for 4-5 minutes by adding 1-2 teaspoons to 250 ml of water at 85 ºC - 100 ºC. The same tea can be brewed twice.

Net: 50 g

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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This black tea , which is obtained from large-sized tea leaves grown in the Fujian region of China , is dried in a pine fire using traditional methods after being collected.

How to get Lapsang Souchong tea;

Lapsang Souchong is dried over a pine wood fire. Wood fire is very smoky and has an intense smell and taste. That's why it is also known as "smoked tea". Lapsang Souchong (pronounced as Lapsang Suçong) tea, which is well known by gourmet tea lovers, can be blended with Assam or Ceylon teas optionally to soften the taste . You can change the ratio of the blend depending on how strong you like the taste of the tea.

Like many regulars, you can drink Lapsang Souchong pure without blending it with any tea.

In ancient times, when the demand for tea in the Wuyi region was very high, it is known that the tea was dried in pine wood to dry quickly, and during this process, incense Lapsang Souchong tea was formed.

If you prefer strong flavors in pure teas, you can also check out our Gong Fu tea.

Ingredients: Black tea leaves

Preparation suggestions: It is recommended to brew for 4-5 minutes by adding 1-2 teaspoons to 250 ml of water at 85 ºC - 100 ºC. The same tea can be brewed twice.

Net: 50 g

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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