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This Lapsang Souchong tea is an acquired taste, the flavour created by drying leaves over smoking pine or oak wood. The name Lapsang Souchong derives from the Fuzhou dialect: La (pine) Sang (wood) with souchong meaning "small sort" referring to the leaves used. This style of tea is believed to have been created in China in 1646.

Origin: Fujian Province, China. Grown: 3500 - 5000 ft above sea level

Caffeine: approx. 27- 35mg per cup
Leaves: orthodox special leaf lapsang souchong
Aroma: pine and oak fire
Colour: bright infusion with reddish hues
Taste: smooth and crisp smoky flavour

Brew time: 3 to 7 minutes
One teaspoon per cup
Temperature of water: 95 C

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