This tea comes from the Wu Yi mountains of the Fujian province of China. Hot air from the pine log fired drying ovens, gives a hint of smokiness. The peat-black, twisted leaf gives a beautiful, hazel liquor with golden hues. The aroma of smoked pine is exquisitely smooth. This lapsang has a gentle smokey flavour and a creamy liquorice-root aftertaste.
One of the ten famous teas of China.
|Type||Smoked Black Tea|
|Taste||Exquisitely Smooth with a Gentle Smokey Flavour and Creamy Liquorice-root Aftertaste.|
|Brewing Advice||One dessert spoon (2.5g) per 200ml cup. Add fresh boiling water. Infuse for two to four minutes according to taste.|