A very aromatic and flavoursome, smoky tea, blended with three fabulous Chinese teas.
The tea originates from the caravans that used to carry the precious tea cargoes from China to Russia, tea was so valuable that the sacks were suspended from the trees at overnight camps as the smoke drifted upwards it would cover the sacks and the precious leaves would then be infused with the wonderful smoked aroma!
A very distinctive and morish black tea.
Ingredients: Oolong, China Keemun and Lapsang Souchong.
Naturally contains caffeine.
How to Brew:
Take a teaspoon per cup (2 for a mug). Boil freshly drawn water, infuse leaves for three minutes and drink with or without milk.
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