Breath of Demons - Lapsang Souchong

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A Chinese favourite, Lapsangs comes from The Wuyi Mountains (WuyiShan) in the northeastern part of Fujian Province. Large tea leaves are smoked over pine fires to create the distinct taste and aroma.

This premium tea will transport you to the smoky depths of hell.

Contains 50 g of loose-leaf tea; gluten- and dairy-free.

May contain trace amounts of nuts

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Gongfu…

Mid afternoon tea break with this super smoky and surprisingly fruity Lapsang Souchong which is probably my favourite Lapsang of the moment. I always think of Lapsang as more like dragon’s breath, but demons work too…

Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CATN8MQg1FZ/

Also, FYI, I did NOT knock down this detour sign for the photo; I walk by it to get to my “tea stump” in the park & it’s been like this for a few weeks now. I even tried to fix it after the tea session and photos, but the weighted base is completely broken and can’t support it anymore…

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVHQ98Dm-AM

Nattie

LOVE everything about that teaware!

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