Lapsang Souchong Wild Black Tea (Yesheng Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong)
- Origin: Wuyi Mountain, Fujian
Harvest Time: April 06, 2016
- Dry leaves: leaves are thick, robust, tightly rolled taut strips, smelling of very strong pleasant Longan aroma.
- Brewed liquor: Gives a bright, reddish orange, transparent color.
- Taste note: strong flavour of honey & caramel aroma, smooth and rich mouth-feel, leaving an impression of sweet potato warmth.
The second name of Lapsang Souchong Wild Black Tea, given by locals, is Cai Cha Lapsang Souchong. Most of Lapsang Souchong teas may taste bitter to you or they may be a bit smudging. It is due to the special process of using the pine tree to make Lapsang Souchong Black Tea. On the opposite, this black tea is high-quality & semi-wild tea and is not bitter at all with amazing characteristics. A strong dried long an aroma represents this TeaLine’s wild Lapsang Souchong you will feel a smooth pleasant taste without any stimulus or any astringency when passing through your throat. The exotic flavor is provided by the traditional rolling procedure, giving the liquid reddish liquid, mellow taste and unusual wild undertone.
Recommend Brewing Guide
Water : 17oz / 500ml 194℉ / 90℃
Use 8 Grams Tea
3 – 5 mins
Chinese Gongfu Way
Water : 3.04oz / 90ml 194℉ / 90℃
Use 5 Grams Tea
5 steeps : rinse,5s,5s,10s,15s,30s
Rinsing time is around 3 seconds