Deeply mellow with delicious smoky tones.
Where does it come from?
Tea is produced a little differently in the Fujian province of China. Following an age old method, the tea leaves are laid in bamboo baskets and dried over glowing pinewood embers. This imparts the wonderful smoky flavour our Lapsang Souchong is renowned for.
What makes this tea different?
There isn't a scent or flavour more distinctive than Lapsang Souchong. It's all down to the pinewood smoke that permeates the tea leaves when they're being dried.
Country of Origin
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (12)
Beware! contain plastic
I used to love these, but I recently found out the bags contain plastic. (I called Twinnings)They cant be composted and leach micro plastics into the tea. I hope Twinnings will sort this out and I will return to purchasing them.
Think sitting around a campfire under crimson skies drinking this.
I drink lady grey as a rule and save this for a treat. If I drank it all the time it would lose the magic. It is more than just a cup of tea.
I love this tea
Thank god Ocado sell this - can't find it anywhere. Love it. Million times better than the silly individually wrapped bags they started recently. Favourite tea.
It STINKS! Hubby loves it
I hate even making this stuff, it stinks! However hubby drinks it and loves it!
Always so good
Beautiful tea! Good to have the big box back