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Lapsang Souchong Teabag 30g

Lapsang Souchong Teabag 30g


Lapsang Souchong, famous for its historical and cultural heritage, is considered the origins of black tea. It originates from the Wu Yi Mountains in the Fujian province, a humid and not very sunny region throughout the year. The tea plants grow vigorously, and the young leaves are not very fibrous, thus preserving all their flavors.


Lapsang Souchong is often appreciated for its comforting and complex taste. Its intense flavor and distinctive quality make it a popular choice among tea enthusiasts, especially those seeking bolder flavors.

  • How to prepare it:

    Infusion time: 30 sec to 1 min
    Dosage: 3g/200ml (20cl)
    Infusion temperature: 90℃-195°F
    Available infusion: 3 to 4 times

  • Our selection 2023


    In spring, a single annual harvest is carried out in April or May. The leaves are brown, slender, and twisted, with a fermentation rate of 80% to 100%.


    Tea Plant:

    On average, 60 years old, up to 100 years. Surrounded by mountains, in cool valleys, at an altitude of 1200 to 1500 meters. Average annual temperature of 18°C. Humidity ranges from 80% to 85%.



    Rich in iron, the primary soil that resulted from ancient volcanic eruptions, forming a granite area with sandy soil.

  • Tasting Notes

    Tea leaf


    Large dried leaves, very black Ebony color.


    Freshness with a light floral note.




    Deep amber color, orange, golden, and brilliant reflections; a distinctive "golden ring" on the surface.


    Dried lychee, smoky pine, nutty scent.


    Complex, thick, intense, mineral flavor.

  • Origine

    Mount Wuyi Fujian

    Our black and oolong tea plantations are located in the heart of the Wuyi mountains in China's Fujian province, the only place in the world where the Da Hong Pao and Lapsang Souchong tea plant grow.

    These two teas have become famous worldwide and are considered as the finest teas in the world.

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