Organic China Lapsang Souchong DZS Estate, smoke dried over pinewood fires. Legend is that the armies took over the tea plantations during harvest. After they moved on the farmers needs to hurry the drying process so they lit fires to help dry the tea. They were not pleased with the smokiness but had no choice to take it to market anyway. The Dutch loved the tea, therefore the fire drying process has continued. You will think there is a campfire at your table.