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My first experience in the Darjeeling family… very intriguing. By far one of the boldest blacks I’ve tasted; I really enjoyed the full body taste this tea offered while being totally complimented by what I guess would be described as the pleasant aroma of a Darjeeling. Would love to try more from this family of tea.

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Jillian

Hehe, if you want to really get into this tea type you have no idea what you’re in for. There are three main flushes of Darjeeling tea, each with their own distinctive characters. Plus the flavour can also vary surprisingly widely from estate to estate. People can get really crazy over this tea type – not to scare you off or anything! ;D

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Jillian

Hehe, if you want to really get into this tea type you have no idea what you’re in for. There are three main flushes of Darjeeling tea, each with their own distinctive characters. Plus the flavour can also vary surprisingly widely from estate to estate. People can get really crazy over this tea type – not to scare you off or anything! ;D

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