This tea is picked at an altitude of more than 800 meters in the Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve, and is made with the most authentic and traditional Lapsang Souchong traditional craftsmanship. It has a smoky flavor and a pine smoke fragrance. As the 24th generation inheritor of Lapsang Souchong, our chairman Mr. Jiang Yuanxun, even though Tongmu has banned the felling of trees, making smoked Souchong is a extremely low economical thing. The tea factory still insists on making the most orthodox Lapsang Souchong black tea once a year, so that more people can taste the taste of Lapsang Souchong black tea more than 400 years ago.
It is not the very strong flavor of the former smoked race, but it has a very mellow pine smoke flavor, which can be accepted even by people who have never drunk smoked tea. After brewing, the tea soup is orange-yellow. The taste is mellow, with the aroma of dried longan.
Net weight: 50 Gram /1.76 Ounce. (10 x 5 Gram Tea Bags)
Type: Black tea.
Picking standard: 1 bud 3-4 leaves.
Origin: Tongmuguan, Wuyi Mountain.
Dry tea: Tight and black.
Aroma: Obvious pine smoke
Taste: Mellow, sweet with longan.
Wet tea: Bright and stretched
Storage method: Sealed and placed at room temperature, cool, dry, no peculiar smell, dark place.
How to brew?
It is recommended to use a covered bowl for brewing.
1. After warming the cup, add 5g of tea leaves and smell the tea aroma
2. Add pure water around 90°C to brew
3. 1-4 fast rush out, do not soak. 5-7 courses soak for 5-10s, 7-10 courses about 15s. The more times of brewing, the longer the soaking time, in order to ensure the stability of the tea soup.
Why is it called Royal Black Tea?
Lapsang Souchong was born in Tongmuguan, Wuyi Mountain, and then brought to Europe by the Dutch. At first, due to its high price, only the royal court could consume it in the UK. Catherine, the Queen of British black tea, especially loved Lapsang Souchong. Nobles also began to drink Lapsang Souchong black tea. It can be said that the history of Lapsang Souchong has a long history. Our company traces its roots and wants to carry forward and reproduce the old royal style of Lapsang Souchong. Therefore, the name Royal Black Tea is also a symbol of the distinguished status of Lapsang Souchong. "Yuanzheng" is the registered trademark of the company and a well-known trademark in China, so it is called Yuanzheng Royal Black Tea.