- Saveur : Fumée.
- Préparation : 3 g par tasse - infusion 3 min - 90°
- Origine : Chine.
- Moment : Repas.
- Ingrédient : Chine Légérement Fumé.
- Bienfaits : Antioxydants.
Description : Black tea Lapsang Souchong China smoked slightly
Lapsang souchong is a black tea with large leaves, originally from Fujian province in China.
One harvest per year, from late April to mid-May.
This tea is considered one of those whose taste is typed lters.
Although it comes in lower leaves of the tree, souchong is ranked among the finest teas.
Compared to other black teas, the oxidation period is relatively long.
The Lapsang Souchong is a souchong which was dried, first on the pine or cedar, then rolled and oxidized, and finally dried again in bamboo baskets located above a fire or spruce cypress. The resulting flavor is "smoke.
Ideally accompany savory dishes.
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