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Smoked Tea

image: The Tea Smith

Lapsang Souchong – image: The Tea Smith

Lapsang Souchong, or smoked tea, because the Lapsang leaves are dried over pinewood fires, and have a distinctive smokey flavour.

Within China it is considered a black tea for foreigners and is more popular outside China.

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“Not for weak tastebuds, Lapsang Souchong is a traditional Chinese black tea that has been dried over a pine fire.”The Tea Smith

Can be bought from The Tea Smith.

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Lapsang SouchonglargeIt’s also available as tea-bags and loose in tins

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