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Darjeeling Black Tea 'The Champagn of Teas'

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Edit tea info Last updated by Cheryl Hennly
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  • “Being more of a Chinese Black Tea drinker I’m fairly new to English/India Black Teas. So far Darjeeling has been my English Black Tea of choice. Of the few websites I’ve ordered Darjeeling from two...” Read full tasting note
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From Blue Lantern Tea

Often called the ‘Champagne of Tea’ good Darjeeling Black Teas have unique characteristics and delicate aroma. Blue Lantern Tea’s Darjeeling Black Tea is a blend of First Flush and Autumnal Teas of the Highest Quality that produces a medium bodied infusion with subtle fruity flavors and the right amount of nutty notes.

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Being more of a Chinese Black Tea drinker I’m fairly new to English/India Black Teas. So far Darjeeling has been my English Black Tea of choice. Of the few websites I’ve ordered Darjeeling from two stand out by far. Harney and Sons and Blue Lantern Tea. Puttabong 1st Flush Darjeeling and Blue Lantern Darjeeling taste essentially the same (to me) which is outstanding. I typically buy from Blue Lantern Tea because I like their Chinese teas and they are very personable.

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