Friday, January 2, 2015

Tea Feature - Lapsang Souchong

Grown in the WuYi mountains of China.
This is a wild crafted tea from tea trees that from in a semi wild environment growing in altitudes more than 1000 meters.
Teas are dried over local pine that naturally imbue the pine scent and aroma into the tea leaves.
Has a distinctive smoky flavor and is the world's first black tea.
The liquor is bright and reddish, with reddish brown leaves.
Has a sweet, smoky and rich flavor.





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