Autumnal Ruby Darjeeling Black Tea - 3.53oz

50 Cups

$26.99 $29.99
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    Product Description

    This Darjeeling autumnal blend has an imperial flavor of honey and dates in every sip. Smooth liquor with notes of honey and dates in every sip

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    200ml at 90-100°C

    Steep 3-5 mins.

    Honey, Sugar, Milk, Lemon

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Dmitry Yoffe
    You can't do it this way!

    Guys, I wrote 2 stars review for that tea, because when I bought it second time, it was very different and so much worse than the first time. Now, I don't see my review posted, there are only 5 stars reviews. Apparently, you are blocking my review and manipulate the reviews so your teas will look better than they are. You cannot do it like that, it is too obvious.

    Dmitry Yoffe
    Not the same as before

    I purchased this tea few years ago, and I remember it was great. I purchased it again, expecting the same, but nope, not the same. Yeah, smells like fallen leaves a bit, which makes you think it's "autumnal", but otherwise too simple, too dull. Taste of basic Assam, none of aroma, yes astringency, no aftertaste. Brewed it too times, was thinking I missed something first time, but nope, second time was the same thing. Not a great tea. Not for that price.

    Tucson Matt
    Rich & Flowery aroma, pairs well with dried figs

    I always pause to wonder... what does "Autumn" mean to someone who grew up in Darjeeling in any of the mountain communities along that gorgeous range as compared to what it means for me, as someone who grew up in the north and central American midwest? I tend to think of India as a tropical climate but it's a huge country that has deserts and cold climates too. But what does "autumn" mean when it comes to tea?

    I'm actually pleased to say that the aroma of the tea is heavy, slightly flowery, and yes--with a hint of turning leaves that I automatically tend to go to when I think "autumn" or "fall" as it was more colloquially called in the midwest. The flavor is more mild than the Doomni Assam I recently picked up, with zero acidity and just a touch of bitterness at a steep of 95C for 4min. There's also a mild earthiness here that again conjures dried leaves. Zero astringency.

    A second steep @4min results in a significantly weaker second cup. Same flavor profile, just diminished. I plan to experiment here, I think 6min will provide a stronger second cup, but I have a feeling a third steep is going to probably be in the 10min category.

    As hinted at in the review, dried figs compliment this tea well, so take your time and enjoy this tea with figs. It was a wonderful midday break.

    A nice tasting tea

    This 2018 Autumnal Ruby Darjeeling Tea has a lovely smooth taste. A stronger flavour would have been preferred, so will be trying another autumn flush darjeeling tea next time.

    Dmitry Yoffe
    Great tea

    Everything as expected, including the wonderful flowery - winey aroma of high end Darjeeling, and pleasant soft palate sensation, lasting aftertaste, etc. This tea is better than some of their higher priced teas

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    Autumnal Ruby Darjeeling Black Tea - 3.53oz

    Autumnal Ruby Darjeeling Black Tea - 3.53oz