Twinings Smoky Lapsang (Lapsang Souchong)
What does it taste like?
Like an autumn bonfire, mellow and comforting.
What’s the Inspiration?
In the Fujian province of China, tea pickers do things a little different. Instead of letting the leaves dry naturally, they smoke them over great pine pyres. It’s how Lapsang gets its delicious smoky tones. And means your bonfire tea really did go through a baptism of fire before it brought comfort to your day