Organic Loose Leaf Black Tea--Lapsang Souchong

The first ever black tea in the world with pine-wood smoky aroma

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Organic Loose Leaf Black Tea--Lapsang Souchong

The first ever black tea in the world with pine-wood smoky aroma

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  • Description:

    We asked ourselves, should we include a smoked or a non-smoked version of the popular Lapsang Souchong. After trying dozens of samples, we decided not to experiment. The first ever black tea in the world deserve the utmost respect. Black Pioneer is sourced from its original location, and is a masterfully pinewood-smoked black tea. This tea is an all-time favorite for many people. With strong, but mellow flavour it's perfect for any time of the day.

    Short description:

    Masterfully pinewood-smoked Lapsang Souchong from Wuyi

    Tea Profile: 

    Leaf:  Big wide slightly twisted leaves with deep greyish-brown color
    Liquor:  Reddish-brown
    Aroma:  Strong pinewood smoky scent

    Taste:  Unique and interesting mellow flavor with hints of smoked meat

    Don't drink black tea for 6 hours before bed time

    Brewing:

    3 grams of loose leaf tea in 300ml of 98℃ water for 3 minutes. Re-steep 2-3 times.

    Average milligrams of caffeine per serving

    Tea with lowest caffeine - White tea, almost like decaf tea

    Tea with less caffeine - Yellow tea, caffeine content higher than that of white tea

    Green tea caffeine content - Half of Black tea caffeine content

    Oolong tea caffeine content is similar with black tea caffeine content.

    Tea with most caffeine - Pu’erh tea is High caffeine tea, contains caffeine a bit less than coffee

    Origin

    Altitude Location

    Average temp

    Harvest Time
    717meters E118°03′N27°77′ 19.7°C  Spring

    Wuyi mountain

    Wuyi Mountain is famous for its astonishing landscape, and its variety kinds world famous teas, such as Lapsang souchong and Da hong pao. The soil condition, sun light duration, water reservation and excellent air condition, build a great place for tea trees to grow.

    Black Tea Making Process

    Thousands years of history, delicate & artistic handmade

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