Bonfire Brew (Lapsang Souchong)
ABOUT THIS TEA:
Reminiscent of bonfire night as a child. A smoky black tea from China has a crisp character and real depth.
HOW TO ENJOY THIS:
Make yourself a cup of Bonfire Brew on a cold, frosty morning for that ultimate get up a go or by the fire on a chilly winter's evening.
WHERE IS THIS TEA FROM?
China (Fujian Province - Xingchun region)
HOW TO MAKE ME:
Enjoy with a little milk if preferred.
100 ml tea infusion *(no milk) typically gives you: Energy 2kJ less than 1kcal
Carbohydrate trace : of which come from sugars: trace Fat trace : of which come saturated fats: trace Fibre 0g
Per serving of 200ml (1 cup)
Per serving of 170ml tea infusion and 30ml semi-skimmed milk
* Based on tea brewed with freshly boiled water for 3 minutes.