Brends of Lapsang

Fully oxidized tea leaves for a robust cup.

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Brends of Lapsang

by Athos79 » Jan 30th 22 3:34 pm

Hello everyone,

As a lover of Lapsang, I'm always seeking different brends. I've tasted many LS, but I still haven't found what I looking for.
I like the tea like a campfire in the pine woods. Strong, smoked but not sweet.

Do you know any brends with these requirements?

Thanks a lot!

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Re: Brends of Lapsang

by Bridgette » Jan 31st 22 4:59 pm

Athos79 wrote: Hello everyone,

As a lover of Lapsang, I'm always seeking different brends. I've tasted many LS, but I still haven't found what I looking for.
I like the tea like a campfire in the pine woods. Strong, smoked but not sweet.

Do you know any brends with these requirements?

Thanks a lot!
Many people enjoy Adagio's Lapsang.
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Re: Brends of Lapsang

by wǒhēchá » Mar 5th 22 6:29 pm

Athos79 wrote: Hello everyone,

As a lover of Lapsang, I'm always seeking different brends. I've tasted many LS, but I still haven't found what I looking for.
I like the tea like a campfire in the pine woods. Strong, smoked but not sweet.

Do you know any brends with these requirements?

Thanks a lot!

I drank this Lapsang for a spell in 2016 and I liked it because it was exactly what you described

https://www.dobratea.com/product/lapsang-souchong/

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Re: Brends of Lapsang

by 12Tea » Mar 10th 22 1:05 pm

Like that one too! It was smokey but not super smokey. Well balanced in my opinion.

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Re: Brends of Lapsang

by fraveydank » Mar 10th 22 10:32 pm

Bridgette wrote: Many people enjoy Adagio's Lapsang.
I will vouch for that! I’m hardly a connoisseur, but I do like lapsang and I have had a few bad ones that just taste like brewed car tires, and Adagio’s hits the spot for me, especially for the price. I just got a full pound of it a few weeks ago. :-)