If you've never tried a Darjeeling black tea before, you may be a bit surprised. First off, it doesn't look like black tea. Secondly, it may not taste as strong as other black teas. But after a few sips you'll know why they call it teas from Darjeeling, India the "Champagne of teas."
This tea, Arya Diamond, received the highest rating in its class (SFTGFOP1). It is a decadent black tea with the rejuvenating scent of spring time and notes of nutmeg and parmesan.
It's a nutty, grassy, pleasant earthy offering with the contrast of sweet milk on the palate, brewing light in color but surprisingly strong and slightly syrupy.
We recommend experimenting with the amount of tea leaves to get a flavor profile you enjoy the most.
Ingredients: Black tea.