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  • Lapsang Souchong is a type of Chinese black tea that is known for its distinctive smoky flavor and aroma. It is originally from the Wuyi Mountains in the Fujian province of China, where it has been produced for centuries.

  • To make Lapsang Souchong, the tea leaves are first withered and then dried over pine wood fires, which gives them their smoky flavor and aroma. The leaves are then rolled and oxidized, which creates the tea's rich and complex taste.

  • Lapsang Souchong has a bold and robust flavor, with a smoky and slightly savory taste that is often compared to the flavor of a campfire. The tea is often enjoyed on its own or with a splash of milk and sweeteners like honey or sugar.

  • The term Lapsang originates from the Lapu Mountain in Fujian, and Souchong refers to the 4th and 5th leaves of the plant used in making this variety of tea.

  • The solid, black-brown leaves brew cups of pensive essences like welcoming hearth-fires imparting a thermal inner calm.


  • Smoky, robust, biscuit


  • Fujian Province, China


  • Yes


  • Add 1 Tbsp of tea to 12-oz of boiling water, and steep for 3 minutes. One infusion.