These names in England are corrupted into congo, and souchong.
Where is she to buy her souchong, or her strong waters, except from us!
He had been a tea-merchant for a little longer, but had soon tired of pekoe and souchong.
It is not correct to say that the souchong is an inferior tea.
Hyson tea and souchong mixed together, half and half, is a pleasant beverage, and is more healthy than green tea alone.
Why, all the fellows will be asking which of us is pepper, and which souchong?
Davy obtained 32·5 of extract from souchong tea; of which 10 were precipitated by gelatine.
The next picking is called souchong; as the leaves grow larger and more mature, they form Congou; and the last picking is Bohea.
"And I, to have a whole chest of souchong tea, and to be young also," said the grandmother.