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Jin Jun Mei - "Golden Beautiful Eyebrows" [Lapsang Black Tea]

Jin Jun Mei

(simplified Chinesetraditional Chinese: 金駿眉; pinyin: jīn jùn méi; literally: “golden beautiful eyebrow”, pronounced  184 more words

Lapsang Souchong. Or drinking a cup of pine tree forest fire.

Whoa. This tea was a blind buy. This place near me was going out of business, and everything was 80% off. The tea section was very picked over, and this tea was what was left. 1,055 more words

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New Obsession: Earl Grey

Hey there Teafolk,

I went away on a long break, sorted out my world and now I’m back! There really is nothing tea can’t fix. I’m now fixated on a new tea. 174 more words

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Tea for Two by L'Artisan Parfumeur

Tea for Two

L’Artisan Parfumeur, 2000

Nose: Olivia Giacobetti

Oh! wonders!

Tea For Two perfume is exactly as I was hoping it to be! Dark! Bold! 694 more words

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Smoky tea-braised lentils

In a world of coffee drinkers, Sam and I are tea fanatics. Our cupboards are bursting with tins and boxes, strainers and saucers. We drink black tea in the morning, green tea after dinner, and herbal tea late at night. 676 more words

Lapsang Souchong

If you have never tried Lapsang Souchong, imagine the smell of a crackling fire in the woods. Now imagine that smell emanating from a hot cup of water. 114 more words

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Recipe - "Chainaya"

“Chainaya”

The Tea Book by Sara Perry

4      teaspoons fruit-scented, loose black tea leaves (e.g. Earl Grey, Lapsang Souchong, Blackberry or other fruit-scented teas)

3/4   pint (450 ml.) plain vodka… 46 more words

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