Chris (conjurdude) wrote,

"It's the Tea of Mystery." "Terribly Mysterious..."

Well, Ren, I found out why you said the Lapsang Souchong from the Republic of Tea tasted "like a campfire..."

I quote from the catalog, "The entrancing, smoky character and aroma of this exceptional tea are achieved through a delicate and elaborate process. The hand-picked leaves are smoked over pinewood embers. Our unblended Lapsang achieves a distinct purity and clarity that other teas sharing this name cannot match."

So there you go. It tasted like campfire because it was pretty much roasted over one.

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