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    This EU organic-certified Lapsang black tea, enjoys very sweet taste, pleasing light smoky aroma mixed with soft tea liquid. Can be infused over 9 times by Gaiwan vessel. 


    Recommend for Lapsang tea lovers. 


    Name: Organic-certified Light-smoke Traditional Lapsang Souchong Bohea Black Tea

    Tea vairety: Local tea bushes in tongmu village, Wuyishan city

    Harvest time: 2017 spring

    Tea master: Liang Junde

    Picking standard: One bud with two leaves

    Dried tea color: Golden color full of tea hair

    Shape: Tight, fat tea leaves

    Aroma: Pleasing light smoky and logan aroma

    Taste: Sweet logan mixed with smoky aroma

    Tea soup color: Bright orange color


     

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    Lapsang Souchong Black Tea


    Organic-certified traditional light-smoke Langsang Souchong Black Tea is from the tea farmer famous for making traditional Lapsang Souchong black tea, Mr. Liang Junde. His family has been made Lapsang tea for over centuries; Thus, his skill & technician in Langsang Souchong Black Tea is wildly recognized & well-known in China. 

     

    Langsang Souchong Black Tea is processed with the traditional pinewood dryness on the tea, so for the first 2 or 3 infusion, you will detect the pleasing, natural & light smoky aroma together with the longan aroma; for the later aroma, the longan aroma becomes more and more obvious and sweet. High longan aroma, mellow taste and lingering after taste sweetness of this tea. 

     

    Langsang Souchong Black Tea is distinct from all other types of tea because lapsang leaves are traditionally smoke-dried over pinewood fires, taking on a distinctive smoky flavour. However, this smoky flavor does not exist when the ancestors created the lapsang black tea. Legend claims the smoky flavor was made by accident.During the late Qing Dynasty, an army unit passing through Xingcun (Star Village) camped in a tea factory filled with fresh leaves awaiting for processing. Only after the soldiers left and then the workers could get back into the premises; at that moment, they realized the time was extremely limited to dry the leaves to arrive on the market in time. So they lit open fires of pine wood to hasten the drying. Not only did the tea reach the market in time, but the smoky pine flavor received great welcome.