I’ve been drinking this at work, and it’s a fairly decent Darjeeling. The leaf includes small black clippings with some gold spotting spread throughout. The brew is a well rounded cuppa with some brief malt tones. The drink carries a sweet woody base with a smooth body and some slight spice. I was not picking up any floral or flowery tones. This is a good basic daily drinker. The cup isn’t bitter and tannic, but it wasn’t something to rave about. This is a nice basic black that helped get me through the day.
Flavors: Malt, Smooth, Spices, Sweet, Wood