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Day 22: Thursday

Picture the scene: I having looked through the vegan cookbook which flopped onto the mat the day before, I have made my way to Lidl, and stocked up on some vegan staples, coconut milk, risotto rice, chick peas, and what my sister endearingly calls cous-fuckin-cous (she is not a fan). 353 more words



It is well known that at whatever time of the day you arrive at my home, you are bound to be offered tea. Equally well known is that I seldom offer the same tea twice in a row and will always tell you what tea you are drinking – most visitors can only tell if it is not ‘ordinary’ tea. 270 more words



I’ve created an About.me profile while enjoying my lapsang Souchong tea from Twinings, UK. Drinking this tea is one way to get cozy and smokey at the same time without the need of fire. 19 more words


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