Zhengshan Xiaozhong, Lapu Mountain Small Plant, 正山小种
Lapsang souchong is one of the very original black teas from the Wu-Yi region of the Fu-Jian Province, south-east of China. It is harvested from a type of small tea bush and traditionally smoked with pine needles or pine wood. Its dry leaves are full, strong and slightly twisted in appearance, with a rich/dark red colour. It has a protent smoky pine aroma with a fragrant trace of natural flowers and Chinese dates.
This is an unsmoked Lapsang Souchong, with all the natures of a traditional Lapsang Souchong, but not smoked by the pine needles during it is processing.
Lapsang souchong is a tea that goes especially well with meat curry dishes.
Room temperature and vacuum seal.
We offer 2 sizes of packaging for Lapsang Souchong (50gm and 100gm).
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