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Whittard's Lapsang Souchong

As I found myself more interested in tea and started to ask about blends I’d heard of or seen I had only ever been told that this tea was horrible and held a strong taste of smoked salmon; for this reason I avoided it until I accidentally tried it after confusing teapots with my friend who had ordered it one day when we were having lunch at the Willow Tea Rooms in Glasgow.   436 more words

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Douglas Fir medicine day

Douglas Fir smells like christmas time, pure joy and love. this must be a heart healing herb as well because when courtney and i were harvesting this today some heart medicine was running through us pretty strong. 392 more words

Smoky Tea Stock

Ingredients: ginger, lapsang souchong, soy sauce, black pepper

Source: Smoky Tea Stock Recipe – Mark Bittman

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Tieguanyin aka Iron Goddess of Mercy

2015 Winter-Spring Tieguanyin, Rishi

1tsp / 8oz / 180F / 3min / yixing

Tasting notes: toasted daisy leaves, pewter, dried caramelized onions, bamboo

So far this is my first and only experience with tieguanyin and I am constantly surprised by oolongs and the great variation among this class of tea. 180 more words

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Lp smoked breakfast


T
he dry leaves are black and have a smokey smell. They are mostly the same size throughout. The wet leaves have a dark chocolate brown color and average a size of 1/4 to 1 inch.. 157 more words

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Chinese New Year Cocktail 2: Lapsang Souchong Old Fashioned

So this is the second of my Chinese New Year-inspired tea cocktails, also taken from the Rare Tea Company website. It builds on the character of a whisky old-fashioned, but adds Lapsang Souchong tea, along with vermouth and honey syrup in place of the sugar. 159 more words

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Q&A with Linda Gaylard |Tea Sommelier

Hello again!

I’ve been fortunate enough to contact Linda Gaylard, tea sommelier and author of the Tea Book, with a few questions which she has very kindly answered and I have shared this Q&A below! 898 more words

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