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Laurence Parker folded that morning’s copy of The Guardian and dropped it on the occasional table next to his cooling cup of Lapsang Souchong, heaving a deep sigh as he did so. 1,824 more words

Short Stories

Leaf to Plate: Cooking with Lapsang Souchong

There’s something amazing about specialty loose-leaf tea that you don’t get from a tea bag. I’m talking aromatics; both on the nose and in the cup. 564 more words


The Tea Classics: Lapsang Souchong


Lapsang Souchong (or Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong) is a black tea from the Fujian province of China, famous for its smoky aroma and flavour. Many sources claim that Lapsang Souchong was the first black tea in history, even predating Keemun tea. 800 more words


We Take to the Woods

I personally love cocktails with a hint of smokiness. I think smoke is a powerful flavor and smell that can be incredibly evocative of past memories. 593 more words


Food | Dragonfly tea - A review of their luxury loose leaf teas!

Dragonfly tea is a family owned British company who source, grow and make the very finest of teas. You can read their history, values and philosophy on their amazing… 655 more words


Art of Tea: Lapsang Souchong

I’ve always been hesitant to try Lapsang Souchong. It sounds intimidating. How do you even pronounce it? It’s smoked- which immediately reminds me of chicken and salmon, not tea. 134 more words

Loose Leaf

#Twilight Tea at the Windsor Arms, Toronto

My pal, a business owner who travels too much and works too hard, and I share a passion for formal tea in the British style. We’ve spent a decade sampling the High Teas offered in Toronto. 449 more words