From Darjeeling in the Indian foothills of the Himalayas
The character of Darjeeling black tea is unique to the region’s ancient mountain gardens. This Indian tea is very unique, and has earned the sobriquet “the champagne of teas”.
In Darjeeling the tea is grown from March until November and is plucked later in the season compared to other teas. This gives it a more mature taste which is better taken black or with just a splash of milk.
This tea has silver tips to the greenish leaf, light amber colour, floral fragrance, muscatel flavour and some astringency.
Tagged tea bags sealed in individual foil sachets to preserve freshness.
Newby’s Darjeeling is a bright golden cup with a distinctive muscatel aroma and a floral finish
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