Smoky Lapsang tastes like an autumn bonfire, mellow, and comforting. It is inspired by the tea pluckers in the Fujian province of China, instead of letting the leaves dry naturally, they smoke the leaves over glowing pine branches. Then fire and roll them. It's how Lapsang gets its delicious smoky tones. And means your bonfire tea really did go through a baptism of fire before it brought comfort to your day.