Lapsang Souchong Waishan - Wuyi Bohea Black Tea

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Rich, lightly with sweet aftertaste 



With more than 400 years of history Lapsang Souchong is considered the world’s first black tea. It is famous for its smoky taste as it is dried with smoldering pine.


Lapsang Souchong Waishan is a sweeter, more mellow variety of the traditional type. So it is a perfect choice for those who wish to try Lapsang Souchong but don't like the strong smoky taste.


 Ingredients: Black Tea

Heat the water 100°C, use 2 g per 150 ml and brew for 30 seconds for the first infusions. Longer for the followings. Multiple infusions

      Our teas are packed in eco-friendly, recyclable, resealable pouches

*Please be aware that we constantly search for new sustainable materials, so packaging received may vary

Black Tea (China Red): Premium from China



More than just tea in a bag! Black tea is the most popular type of tea in western countries. Maybe because it has a longer storage life than green, white or oolong tea, so was better suited for the long transport time during the early days of European / Asian trade.

To produce black tea, the leaves undergo more oxidation when compared to green, white, oolong teas. This not only results in darker tea leaves, but also a stronger and more intense taste.

The most popular method of serving Black Tea in the West is adding milk or sugar to reduce the natural astringency and bitterness of Black Tea, but In China and other parts of Asia, it is usually served straight.

Among Black Teas we can count outstanding and rare varieties. The premium tea ages well and improves over time. The best whole leaf Black Teas are made by hand, in contrast to the commercial CTC (Crush-Tear-Curl) of tea-bags.