A good solid darjeeling. I need to look up how much these cost, because it’s a pretty nice no-nonsense tea.
I find with some Darjeeling that it is too bitter without milk and yet so weak that the flavour gets drowned by any milk you add. This tea seems to get a compromise so that it works with OR without milk, amazing!
A delicate grape-like liqueur from tea grown in Darjeeling, India in the foothills of the Himalayas at elevations of 1,000 to 6,000 feet. A complex aroma with a clear, brisk,and penetrating flavor. All of Ashbys Darjeeling’s are second flush, picked from May until the end of July from the Risheehat garden.