A speciality of China’s Fujian province.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from strong light and odours. Once opened, store in an airtight container.
Invented by accident during the 16th century when a travelling army spent the night in tea warehouses in Tongmu village, Fujian. They slept on the sacks of tea, which made them damp, and this sullied the flavour. The tea farmers then smoked the tea over pinewood from the region in order to dry it.
Suitable for vegetarians.
This tea is just like durian. Either you love it or you hate it after you tried it.
It is very difficult to find the Smoky flavour Lapsang Souchong Tea in Malaysia. So happy to find it in this shop.