Hot cuppa, with some cinnamon honey.
I like what the cinnamon notes in the honey brought to this tea; Darjeeling already often feels pretty autumnal to me but that added warming spice note really nailed that feeling/aesthetic for me. I felt like I could have been sitting on the porch, watching beautiful orange leaves fall from our front yard tree, cup of tea in hand and enjoying a gentle autumn breeze. Very… homey.
Flavour wise, there was the obvious cinnamon, some muscat, malt, floral undertones, and a bit of a very light toastiness. Really pleasant, and I think the cinnamon only added to the well balanced complexities of the tea.
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