To finish the night off lets have some lapsang souchong from It's About Tea this is what the vendor has to say about it
A taste adventure for the connoisseur of teas. This rich tea has a pine smoke aroma and a tarry flavor. It's a great tea to serve with savory dishes or around the campfire! This tea has a full smoky flavour reminiscent of an evening spent close to the campfire.
Amount: 5g in dayi gaiwan at 95c
First infusion: 30s
Woody smokey not bitter or dry sweet hint of citrus on the finish.
Second infusion: 30s
Smokey sweet mellow flavor.
Third infusion 1m
Sweet and smokey not too much else.
Fourth infusion: 3m
Smoke this teas done.
Final thoughts: This is one of the most well mannered Lapsang's i'v had it had balanced flavor profile not too much smoke and it wasn't bitter at all. a good one to get people into the style of tea.