Lapsang Souchong Tea/Smoked Tea(Camellia sinensis) CO2 select extract(China)

Theae folium "lapsang souchong", Camellia sinensis Image Credit


Lapsang Souchong Tea/Smoked Tea(Camellia sinensis) CO2 select extract(China)

The rare co2 extract of Lapsang Souchong Tea is made from a type of Camellia sinensis leaves that are grown in the Wuyi mountain district of Fujian Province of China. The tea leaves develop their smoky aroma when being dried on racks which are suspended above smoldering fires of pine embers.

The co2 extract is an soft, orange waxy mass with a delicate, crisp, smoky, savory, roasted bouquet with a cool, sweet-woody-coniferous undertone. The smokiness is unique is in the world of smoky aromas(cade, birch tar, etc) being delicate, rich and complex

In natural perfumery would find use in amber bases, culinary perfumes, high class florals, Russian leather perfume, incense bouquets, aftershave lotions, forest notes