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  1. Mar 07,  · LAPSANG SOUCHONG Lyrics: Yes y'all and it don't stop / Imagine a world without no cops / Smoking weed in the streets with no harassment / .
  2. Lapsang souchong is a member of the Wuyi Bohea family of teas. The story goes that the tea was created during the Qing era when the passage of armies delayed the annual drying of .
  3. Our Lapsang Souchong tea is created in the mountains of China, where the leaves are dried on bamboo over smoking pine wood fires. It’s one of the oldest tea-making methods in the world, and it gives the leaves a uniquely deep, rich, smoky flavour. Dark, smoky blend can be served with or without milk/5(K).
  4. Lapsang Souchong. Fuji, China – Superior. A fine black tea smoked over pinewood for a wonderfully smoky taste! Organic $ – $
  5. Lapsang is the area around the village of Tong Mu Guan, in the Fujian province, where this tea was first created. Souchong refers to the tea leaves that are chosen. Whereas other teas use the buds and first two leaves (the Pekoe), this tea is made from the fourth and fifth leaf (the Souchong).
  6. Dec 22,  · Lapsang souchong tea is a particular type of tea cultivated in the Wuyi region of China, although now it is grown more widely than that. What makes the leaves of this tea special is that instead of drying them in a more traditional way, they are dried over a pinewood fire, giving the leaves a smoky flavor that makes the tea quite svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfoe: Chinese.
  7. Organic Lapsang Souchong Tea is a smoked China Black Tea from the north of Fujian province. Known for its remarkably full-bodied flavour, it has received organic certification due to the controlled bio-cultivation methods used in its making. This means that it’s free of synthetic fertilisers, herbicide and pesticides, thus ensuring a good, clean cuppa every time. The Kent and Sussex Tea and Category: Fujian Tea.
  8. The Lapsang Souchong China Tea blend from English Tea Store is a smooth crisp character with the remarkable heady aroma of a pine and oak wood fire. This tea originates from the Fujian province. The Fukienese word 'souchong' means sub variety - that is a sub variety of other black teas from the Wuyi mountains of Fujian.5/5(6).
  9. This Souchong Liquor is the perfect example. Full of cocoa, bourbon, nuts and fruits - this tea is the show-off Lapsang that will wow anyone. It is markedly different to the other Lapsang which we purchased from the same village called Little Tong Mu and we recommend treating yourself to a pack of both to taste how the smallest details in 93%().

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