This tea is certified organic by OCIA (U.S.), BSC (Germany), and JONA (Japan). Our Organic Lapsang Souchong is the best grade to come from the place of origin of this great tea, Tong Mu Guan in Xing Village, or simply known as Bohea. Many had drank this tea before but only a handful have tried the best (organic) authentic Zheng Shan Souchong from the original farm. Highly recommended!
This tea is also known as Zheng Shan Souchong. Zheng Shan means "Original Mountain" and only tea leaves picked from Wuyi harvest area can be called as "Zheng Shan". These tea leaves have a special characteristics in that they have a subtle hint of a very sweet fruit in China called "longan".
Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong, Queen's Tea
Organic Lapsang Souchong features a mild smoky flavor. The desired hint of sweet "longan" is obvious in the taste of this one.
Dark color twisted tea leaves with golden tip. Clear amber red color infusion.
Wu Yi Shan, Fujian Province
Lapsang Souchong Wild Black Tea is also called Cai Cha Lapsang Souchong by the local people. You may assume all Lapsang Souchong teas tasted bitter or have smudging flavor if you have some knowledge about the traditional drying process using the pine tree to make Lapsang Souchong Black Tea. But this time, your intuition tells a lie. As a kind of high-quality & semi-wild tea, this type has amazing characteristics and taste not bitter at all.
Unlike other wild teas, Teavivre’s wild Lapsang Souchong gives a strong dried longan aroma, smooth drinking feeling without any stimulus or any astringency when passing through your throat. The unusual wild undertone, mellow taste and reddish liquid brought by the traditional rolling procedure contribute to its exotic flavor. Once you drink it, you may never forget about it.