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January 8, 2017: Lapsang Souchong

Recently I’ve gotten hugely addicted to Lapsang Souchong. By addicted, I literally mean 8-10 cups a day. If you’ve never heard of it, Lapsang Souchong is a smoky black tea which comes from the Wuyi region of China.You’re either going to love it or hate it.  248 more words


Little-Known Teas Facts

We like our blog to address tea drinkers at all levels – from those who have been lifelong imbibers to those who are just beginning their exploration of this popular beverage. 1,078 more words

Tea Info For Newbies And Up

My Tea Favourites for 2016

So as often a tradition for everyone, the end of the year offers a chance to review experiences, products and celebrating favourites. I did a video of a few of my favourite tea bits through out the year but I thought I’d do a post talking about them a bit further. 530 more words


Tea Junkie Tea Bar

On 11th of November this year the new food halls opened in town. 346 more words


A Post Card From Postcard Teas Lapsang!

I know I only recently did a blog post on Lapsang but this is one I’ve had since my summer trip to London that I have been desperate to talk about. 546 more words


Way of Tea

Chinese, Indian Chai and Turkish tea.

I wrote a paper for International Financial Stability on the Indian tea trade.

My favorite tea at the moment is the lapsang souchong tea I bought from the Boston Tea Party Museum. 30 more words

Lapsang Souchong... oh YEAH!!!

It has been described as:

  • A campfire in your cup! This remarkable tea has a crisp character with the heady aroma of pine and oak wood fire.
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