History of Lapsang Souchong:
Lapsang souchong is probably the first black tea in recorded history. Lapsang souchong tea was used for producing a verity of sub categories of black teas therefore, people began to move the tea bush genetics to different places of the world.
During the Qing era armies have delayed the primary crucial processing of the tea leaves in the Wuyi Mountain. In attempt to speed up the process the tea factories began to dry the tea leaves over low fires seasoned by aromas of local pine trees.
Currently this tea is no longer smoked over pine fires due to issues in deforestation.
Tea Quality, Packaging & Certification:
Country of Origin
Wuyi Mountain, China
Smell & Taste
Dry, odor-free, dark place.
How To Brew & Steep This Tea:1. Choose Tea 2. Clean & Warm Up Teapot 3. Wash Tea in Pot 4. Steep/Brew Your Tea 5. Wash Tea Ware 6. Throw Out Used Tea
97°C / 205°F
Ancient Legends of Benefits :
Strengthens immunity, promotes anti-aging, promotes weight loose and natural beauty.