Griffin's Wharf Afternoon Blend

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Lapsang Souchong
Flavors
Caramel, Smoke, Sweet
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  • “This is one is highly rated by my dad, and while its not solely a souchon, it does have a slight smoky taste. It reminds me of a candy version of a smoked tea, as it has a sweet aftertaste....” Read full tasting note
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From Upton Tea Imports

In this elegant blend of China Congou and Lapsang Souchong black teas, bold, ebony-brown leaves produce a dark whiskey-colored liquor with a pronounced peat smoke aroma. The velvety smooth cup is layered with notes of mellow smoke and Burgundy, accented by a whisper of toffee sweetness. The deep rich flavor lingers long into the finish.

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This is one is highly rated by my dad, and while its not solely a souchon, it does have a slight smoky taste. It reminds me of a candy version of a smoked tea, as it has a sweet aftertaste. Probably why he likes it, he has a sweet tooth. The tea has a burnt creme brulee vibe, but for some reason, I never remember I like this tea until I brew another cup. I like it better than the Old South Meeting house blend that is an Upton ‘Boston tea party’ theme tea.

Flavors: Caramel, Smoke, Sweet

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