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Darjeeling

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mountain high

From high in the foothills of the Himalaya, comes perhaps the finest black tea you’ll ever sip (you can also get Darjeeling green and Darjeeling white, but they’re for another day).

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  • Box of 15 tea bags
  • Eco 50 tea bags Value Pack

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Rightly called the champagne of teas, Darjeeling is less oxidised than most black teas (so it’s technically more “blue” than “black”!) and this gives it a delicate, thin flavour (but not “weak” - don’t ever call it “weak”...) with a subtle floral bouquet. Add in its glorious honey-golden colour and we think you’ll agree it’s unbeatable.  The peak of sophistication, you might say…

You can try it on its own, with a twist of lemon or with milk.

 

 

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Darjeeling

Darjeeling

mountain high

From high in the foothills of the Himalaya, comes perhaps the finest black tea you’ll ever sip (you can also get Darjeeling green and Darjeeling white, but they’re for another day).