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    Smoked Lapsang Souchong
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    Smoked Lapsang Souchong
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      Smoked Lapsang Souchong
     
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    Good tasting Lapsang tea. I love the smell, the taste and it goes good with certain foods.

    William (8/31/2014)
     
    A great tea I am purchasing for quite a few years. That smokiness is so well balanced..

    Peter (5/1/2014)
     
    Always love this tea, smoky yet not totally overpowering.

    Peter (11/30/2013)
     
    This tea is very stron in taste and flavour. I recomend it to the true tea lovers only for peaple who drink occasionaly good tea may not find this pleasure. I ejoy every drop of it. Thanks.

    Katarzyna (6/29/2013)
     
    Fantastic taste and aroma. Bought it again. This is not everyday tea itīs to heavy. Drinking from time to time is a great pleasure.

    piotr (6/25/2013)
     
    I thought at first that something is wrong with this tea (The smell of old rubber LOL ). After a while, the tea is brewed and I clearly felt the taste of smoke. With each passing day it tastes better.

    piotr (2/5/2013)
     
    I was raised on Lapsang Souchong in Wales, for which my mother acquired a taste back in the 1930s. We used to call it "China Tea". Here in Australia people didnīt know what I meant by "China Tea", but eventually I found out it was Lapsang Souchong, and after many years was able to buy it for a while. Then for a long time I couldnīt buy it anywhere. My local supermarket started stocking it in teabags, but I wanted the loose tea. Sourcing products is so much easier now over the internet. Once I decided to look for it in China, it wasnīt long before I found what I wanted and a number of other teas besides. Of course, I had the pack opened pretty quick, and have been enjoying my Lapsang Souchong very much every day.

    Rowena (8/17/2012)
     
    In my opinion the best Smoked Lapsang Souchong, so beautifully smoky.

    Peter (3/15/2012)
     
    Дымчатый запах этого чёрного чая может со временем кому-то показаться навязчивым, но тем не менее, этот чай хорош даже если его пить холодным.

    Andrey (11/8/2011)
     
    After not having had this tea for some time my breakfast this morning with this tea was just an absolute delight. This Smoked Lapsang Souchong is just great, so wonderfully strong in aroma and flavor. I will make sure not to miss it anymore.

    Peter (7/26/2011)
     
    A very good Lapsang Souchong. I could enjoy it at any time. I think it will be most wonderful though in the Autumn or at winter time when snow hangs on the roofs of the houses and the tree-twigs. Sitting in front of the fireplace, watching the flames play, sipping this tea could be marvellous. It reveals its smoky character in a very subtle way thatīs why I can only recommend this fine tea.

    Laszlo (6/29/2011)
     
    The taste was ok, nothing spectacular. This Lapsang had a fairly high tannin level. Stu

    Stu (6/13/2011)
     
    A very fine winter tea. Strongly flavoured, mellow and very warming.

    Chris (5/9/2011)
     
    A strong Lapsang that is over the top in smokiness. Note that the quality of leaves you get are pretty average, but considering the price, this is not a problem at all. After all, you get what you pay for. Serves as a good morning "wake-up kick."

    Piradej (1/1/2011)
     
    Smoky as smoky can be. One can fall in love with this tea.

    Peter (11/17/2010)
     
    One should never be without a great lapsang. And this is definitely one.

    Merete (9/26/2010)
     
    Really great taste. Iīd say that any lover of Lapsang Souchongīs should give this a try. Itīs most certainly one of the tastiest LS teas I have had. Itīs sweet but does not have the taste of Bar-B-Q sauce--just authentic smokiness.

    Natalie (4/21/2010)
     
    I was introduced to TeaSpring Smoked Lapsang Souchong tea by my older brother during a chess game. We usually drink espresso while playing chess, but have replaced it with this excellent and very fascinatingly flavorful tea. We are both outdoorsmen, and there is something very reminiscent of food and beverages prepared over a campfire in the aroma and flavor of this tea. I have three favorites for my daily afternoon tea break, and TeaSpring Smoked Lapsang Souchong is one of them.

    William (3/30/2010)
     
    This is a good, average tea of the smoked lapsang souchong variety. It is a little oily tasty however.

    Christopher (11/21/2009)
     
    Two hours after breakfast the flavor of this strong tea is still in my mouth with occational burbs reintesifying it. Just wonderful and smoky indeed. 2 level teaspoons for 750 ml of water, one steep of 6 min was just right for me.

    Peter (11/17/2009)
     
    Gutsy tea with a really STRONG and PUNGENT SMOKED fragrance. The first infusions are really strong, and the later infusions are milder with a nice tartness and a faint fragrance similar to longan fruit. Loved it! Fabulous product for tea drinkers who are looking for an unusual and forceful black tea. Highly recommended!

    Kei (9/13/2009)
     
    The smokiness of this tea is quite dominant. For me it took some time to acquire a taste for it, but I must say, it grew on me. A little strong, but I like it. Good for blending with other teas as well!

    Klaus (7/16/2009)
     
    Wow, that is the only word I can think of. It is a very strong (black) tea, but truly delicious.

    Annemarie (12/3/2008)
     
    This tea reminds me of sitting by the fire on a cold snowy day. I absolutely love it.

    zygmunt (10/17/2008)
     
    I received my order of Teaspring Smoked Lapsang Souchong today and brewed a cup about eight this evening. I was as if I had steeped a creosote-soaked rail road tie in boiling water--rich, SMOKEY, smooth and DELICIOUS. I first tasted REAL lapsang Souchong in Hong Kong almost fifty years ago, and this Teaspring Lapsang is JUST what I believe I remember lapsang tea SHOULD taste like. It is most certainly on my "Regular Re-order" list

    Thomas (2/20/2008)
     
    I have tried four other types of Lapsang Souchong, and this is the best by a long shot. I am more of a coffee drinker, and love it "extra bold", so in the "love/hate" affair with this tea I am a lover. There is something very special about it that is hard to explain to those who favor "normal" tea. Perhaps spending time in the outdoors, or around a campfire, or a desire for something other than the tame and civilized, but whatever the reason, this is my kind of tea, and I am becoming a regular customer in a hurry!

    John (1/24/2008)
     
    Was interesting at first time only as exotic tea. Strong smoked scent and taste is making me sick.

    Denis (11/16/2007)
     
    I love this tea. Not everybody do, but they who likes this tea really does. It has a clear but not to strong taste of tar. Perfect after a walk a chilly day.

    Oskar (10/22/2007)
     
    it’s very strong

    SYLVIE (3/17/2007)
     
    Distinct aroma and flavor, this is a definitive "love it or hate it" kind of tea. I’m the one who loves it.

    Radoslav (1/6/2007)
     
    Rich hearty flavor--a nice tea with food.

    Jennifer (1/4/2007)
     
    My father has not been able to find a good Lapsang Souchong in a decade until now. I tried a cup and I was surprised by the unique, smoky flavor and aroma. It’s almost a coffee drinker’s tea, which explains my father’s love for it. The smell reminds me a bit of leather and there is nothing subtle about the flavor.

    Bradley (1/2/2007)
     
    This is a strong Lapsang Souchong* with a very pleasant salty aftertaste. I recommend it as a good precursor to a steak meal because it gets the taste buds ready and the appetite hungry to fully experience the flavors of steak. Personally, this smoked Lapsang Souchong is my preferred daily tea workhorse. *Various spelling are out there. English speaking people writing English translations of Chinese tea names turns out differently than Chinese speaking people writing English translations of Chinese tea names. I have here in front of me a box of "Lap Sung Sui Chung" bought from Hong Kong.

    Adriel (11/18/2006)
     
    This tea from my previous order was much better. Latest was too smoked and even smells like a tar. :(

    Igor (11/8/2006)
     
    Delicious. In a different league from commercially available Lapsang. Smoky, thick - very thick, aromatic and every so often you get a mouthful of just the purest, smoothest liquid smoke - and that’s a good thing!

    Sean (5/17/2006)
     
    This is the best Lapsang Souchong. I have tried others, but found that they lack the authenitc smoky taste and energizing effect. This tea packs quite a punch. Drink this when you are tired and you won’t be any more. Also, great slightly cooled with milk and honey.

    Aaron (3/6/2006)
     


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