This tea sounds sooooo wrong.
Take a cue from Russian Caravan, a classic smokey Camellia senesis tea blend: Oolong , Keemun and Lapsang Souchong.
There are smoked or reasonably abundant, medium-to high oxidized, lower elevation oolongs to be had for blending. They will taste better if you try roasting them a bit before blending. Nearly all of the blender keemuns have a classic smokey/astringent bite that will stand up to mixing with an oolong and LS. Lapsang should be used LIGHTLY (not more than 10%). Not only is it expensive, but there is no need to bludgeon one's tastebuds with pinepitch PAHs.
An alternative to the C. sinesis route, if you really wanted a robust C. assamica blended tea with a smoke tang, would be a classic Yunnan Black with golden tips blended with one of the earthy loose-leaf puerhs sold here; both are purported smokey.
Adagio might get more sales out of a smokey/earthy puerh blend than to sell these not so great quality pus by themselves.