Lapsang black tea

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  • Lapsang Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong from Tongmu village, Wuyi mountain, Zhejiang province, China

    Classic Lapsang Souchong „Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong“ Nonpareil Black Tea


    Classic Lapsang Souchong Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong Premium Black Tea – traditional dry pine wood fire smoke-dried “Bohea” black tea of highest (“nonpareil”) quality grade, produced by the reputed tea master Liang Junde in the original “Lapsang” village Tongmu, Wuji Shan, Provinz  Fujian, China.

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  • Lapsang Jin Jun Mei Golden Eyebrows Black Tea


    The most recent culmination of Lapsang tea development: young spring buds of the Bohea tea variety native to the area of Tongmu village, Wuyi Mountains, Fujian province, China. Enhanced by a decent smoking taste and aroma due to drying over a low-smoke fire made of well-dried and seasoned pine wood.

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  • Lapsang Souchong Black Tea, unsmoked, from Zhengshan area, Wuyi Mountain, Fujian province, China

    Wild Artisan Lapsang Souchong (unsmoked)


    Unsmoked Lapsang Souchong from naturally grown Bohea tea bushes at 1400 meters altitude in Wuyi Mountain, Fujian, China. A specialty of the health and environment-friendly producer, Wuyi Mountain Farmers Collective, ist die Artisan-Verarbeitung von Wildpflückungen. Diese schöpfen aus aus den umliegenden wilden oder semi-wilden Arealen, wo die Teebäume in biodiverse Lebensräume eingebettet sind.

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  • Wild Zheng Shan Jin Jun Mei Wuyi Black Tea

    Wild Zheng Shan Jin Jun Mei ‘1+1’ Black Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5

    Jin Jun Mei, a “child of the current millennium”, is a high grade black tea from Fujian’s Wuyi Mountains, with only the buds and attached youngest leaf being picked for this tea. Our Wild Zheng Shan Jin Jun Mei is handpicked in a widely untouched bamboo forest, located at 1100-1500m altitude in Wuyishan’s ‘Zheng Shan’ area, and mostly manually processed. Its exceptional taste is coined by a spicy sweetness and a broad spectrum of pleasant and unobtrusive roast notes.

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