I had this lovely tea again this morning. I think it has blown every other unflavoured black I’ve ever had right out of the water. I’m afraid, however, that i’m going to need to stagger this tea, because I’m scared that I’ll drink it every day and then lose my admiration for its perfection, and I just don’t want to get desensitized like that, not quickly, anyway. But it’s such a perfect combination between smokey and sweet, mellow and brisk, and even verges on being savoury. I am inclined to give this tea as a gift to other people I know who love black tea, because I know i’ll be able to promise them that they will never have had a tea quite like this. Although I know that this tea wasn’t actually made for Queen Catherine herself, I can’t help but imagine it being presented to her and her drinking it, although to be honest, this tea is versatile enough to be served to the people with the most wealthiest and most modest of lifestyles alike. it can demand your attention and captivate you, or stand gracefully in the background as you guzzle it down distractedly, always assuring you of its completeness. It’s wonderful with a banana nut muffin, although I’m dying to try it with an everything bagel and cream cheese like one of the reviews says. Oh my gosh, I’m craving this all over again.