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Lapsang Souchong


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  • n. A black tea originally from the Zheng Shan part of Mount Wuyi in the Fujian province of China.


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  • To start, there were "ento-teasers": waxworm potato fritters; kalamata hummus with crickets and a dung beetle garnish; bamboo worm guacamole, and "pokies" — a sliced cucumber with pickled ginger, topped with a Jing Leed cricket from Thailand boiled in Chinese Lapsang Souchong tea, with a dollop of agave nectar.

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  • Joe Buglewicz for The Wall Street Journal Among the appetizers: cricket cucumber pokies -- a sliced cucumber with pickled ginger, topped with a cricket, imported from Thailand and boiled in Chinese Lapsang Souchong tea with a dollop of agave nectar.

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  • Gyokuro is highly caffeinated compared to Lapsang Souchong which is a kind of dark tea.


  • The seasonal a la carte menu carries Chinese inspirations, including starters such as frogs 'legs and Lapsang Souchong tea.

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  • I had my yoga instruction videos ready and my rainforest calm meditation series had also just arrived along with the order of lemon curd and Lapsang Souchong tea from Upton.

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  • Explore several blends of the same tea, say of Earl Grey, or try a variety of different teas, such as Jasmine, Gunpowder and Lapsang Souchong.

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  • Lapsang Souchong is a bit of an oddity to the western teetotaler, whose palate is unaccustomed to the savory flavors of this pine-smoked tea.

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  • I made the recipe as stated but instead substituted my favourite Iron Goddess tea for the smoky flavours of Lapsang Souchong (and actually using 2 tablespoons of the dried tea leaves), as well as using 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract with 2 tablespoons water (vs. 3 tablespoons bourbon) in the chocolate icing.

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  • Thanks for this recipe, I made it with Lapsang Souchong and the scrapings from several different jars of honey, a real mixture, and it's DELICIOUS, the smell of honey when you open the tin.

    Honey Tea Bread

  • A tincture of smoked clamshells, gathered from the seashore down the hill, recalls a pot of Lapsang Souchong tea. - News


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