Classed as the champagne of teas, Darjeeling is grown on very steep slopes at altitudes of up to 7,000 feet in the Himalayas. With a rich yet subtle muscatel flavour and an exquisite bouquet, this tea has a light golden red mellow liquor, making it suitable for afternoon tea. Light and refreshing enough to be drunk without milk.
Considered the �champagne of teas�, Darjeeling is grown high up in altitude around 7000 feet above sea level in the foothills of the incredible Himalayan mountains in India.
This famous black tea has an intense and powerful flavour and an almost coppery infusion. As these leaves are broken, it leads to a stronger brew which is perfect for those who love to add milk to their teas. When brewed lighter though, Darjeeling tastes magnificent without milk.